Frog leaping from water to catch damselfly. X-Ray analysis show that muscles transfer energy into the creatures' tendons just before they jump - letting them jump far higher than their leg muscles would allow.
Photographer Tony Flashman spotted the common blue damselfly's piercing eyes as he crawled around meadows at Fordwich Lakes, near Canterbury, Kent. Tony, from Deal, Kent, said: "This little fly thought it was being clever by hiding behind the grass in a game of hide and seek but he didn't do a very good job. I could see his eyes peeking out from either side and its legs wrapped around the grass."