Ah, a damselfly after a long time. I find damsels be a very tough area in macro photography. As I understand it, their very limited body surface area makes it hard to focus on the subject, some object behind the subject comes on to focus. Things are not so bad if there is solid background immediately behind the subject, like when the damselfly is perched on a leaf.
However, I got really lucky with this very striking damselfly a few days ago, among some overgrown grass by the driveway. I think it's a White-tipped Spreadwing (Lestes elatus),judging by my friend Bushana's blog post here.
Posted for Macro Monday.