There's a dragonfly in this photo.
I'm not going to tell you where it is. I didn't know it was in my frame when I composed and took my shot. When I cleaned up this image, I almost removed it, mistaking its wings and long tail as a speck of dust on my camera lens.
It wasn't until I zoomed up, ready to blend the surrounding pixels over its graceful body, that I saw it for its true self.
Of course, I had to leave him in the image. He and his companions were silently fluttering around me, unnoticed, keeping the mosquitoes away so that I could do my work.
I won't tell you where he is. I don't want to disturb him during this tranquil-sunset moment.