Here, without warning, are some insect photos from the Brule River and Lake Nebagamon. Most of these just showed up at random, but we spent a while stalking the last one, an Ebony Jewelwing Damselfly. They like to hang out on branches that hang above fast-moving water — with that fact in hand they turned out to be all over the place.

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