“Male flame skimmer (dragonfly)” was featured in United States
The Flame Skimmer or Firecracker Skimmer (Libellula saturata) is a common dragonfly of the family Libellulidae, native to western North America.
Male Flame Skimmers are known for their entirely red or dark orange body, this includes eyes, legs, and even wing veins. Females are usually a medium or darker brown with some thin, yellow markings. This particular type of skimmer varies in size but is generally measured somewhere between two and three inches long. Wikipedia
Photo taken in the Japanese garden of Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area (“Hahn Park”).
This California state park is located in Baldwin Hills, California, a southwestern district of the City of Los Angeles. The 319-acre (1.29 km2) park is managed by the Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation. As one of the largest urban parks in Los Angeles, some have called it “L.A.’s Central Park”. Wikipedia
Canon PowerShot SX1 IS, 1/640 s, f/5.7, ISO 80