Such a happy little dragonfly this Vagrant Darter (Sympetrum vulgarum) Catching flies in our garden on a warm October afternoon. A male Black Darter (Sympetrum danae) resting on some reed. A male Southern Hawker (Aeshna cyanea) in flight. Jumping Spiders have the most advanced eyes of all species of spiders. Unfortunately this beautiful, colourful Mayfly, depending on the exact species, lives only a couple of minutes, up to a day at most. This fly has made a fatal mistake... Just for fun, a little look inside the kitchen. A female Common Glowworm (Lampyris noctiluca) at night in a green field, waiting for a mate. Technically not the best photograph I ever took, but for me though, it's kinda special. This Blue Bottle Fly (Calliphora vomitoria) seems to make a jump! It's actually somewhat hovering through the sky. This Deerfly (Chrysops relictus) with it's beautiful eyes found refuge on our window. A female Wolf spider (Lycosidae spec.) with her youngsters on her back. This picture must be pure horror for some. A Hoverfly hovering in our garden on a sunny day. With flash on it really makes him stand out of the background. A Common Wasp (Vespula vulgaris) with pollen in it's hair  making eyecontact. An Emerald Damselfly, or Common Spreadwing (Lestes sponsa) hanging from some reed. A Robber Fly (Asilidae) on dry grass works well together. Insect In Flight. A Migrant Hawker (Aeshna mixta) hovering over it's territory. A Ruddy Darter (Sympetrum sanguineum) resting on the remains of a flower. A Large Red Damselfly looks like it's on fire. In Dutch the name is actually 'Fire Damselfly' A Tansy Beetle coming out of 'the green'. It's feast again for this Marmalade Hoverfly when the first Sunflowers are coming to bloom in our garden! Chris Ruijter on 500px