Today's photo is a damselfly. Damselflies are similar to dragonflies, but they differ in several ways. The damselfly's eyes are smaller with a gap between them, whereas the dragonfly's eyes wrap around the entire head dominating the head. While both have two sets of wings, the damselfly's wings are both the same size, while the dragonfly's back wings are broader and larger than the front wings. When at rest, the damselfly holds its wings together above the body, while the dragonfly holds his wings open so that he looks like an airplane. As a rule, damselflies are smaller and more slender than dragonflies. Damselflies range in size, but are often only 2 to 3 inches in length.