The first species we saw when we arrived at Cupola Pond was Large Red Damselfly. There were at least a dozen individuals flying around the site, including 3 pairs ovipositing (egg laying).
Large Red Damselfly
We also saw 1 male Blue-tailed Damselfly and several Azure Damselflies, both male and female.
Azure Damselfly (female)
Azure Damselfly (male)
Whilst watching the damselflies, Jayne spotted a dragonfly exuvia on grass approximately 2m from the pond. This is the skin that a dragonfly nymph sheds when it leaves the water to become an adult. I think it's a Four-spotted Chaser dragonfly.
After visiting Cupola Pond, we drove about 2 miles to Wragg's Quarry, were we saw another 4 Large Red Damselflies along with single Common Heath and Latticed Heath moths.