Well, it started out as a pretty good dragon hunting day. I was able to shoot a couple of different Darners and other misc. dragons when all of a sudden things took a turn for the worse. I had seen what I believed to be a Gomphid head into some bushes. I set my tripod down about 5 feet away and went to investigate. There was some tall grass on the side of the field where I was and I took a step into it. What I didn't know ( and much to my surprise ) was that there was a sheer enbankment that dropped about 8 feet straight down. Much like anticipating an extra stair step or not expecting to step off of a curb. The lack of ground ( or anything else) under my foot caused me to lose balance and down I went. I ended up about 8 feet down in a thicket of berry vines with the wind knocked out of me, having landed on my back. I laid there gasping for breath for a few minutes trying to figure out the best way to get out of my predicament. I ended up having to plow my way through the berry vines.... wearing shorts and a t-shirt, tring to find a way up the bank. I ended up crawling out, getting my camera and basically crawling to my car. At this point the only thing that really hurts is my back. I am still having a hard time breathing and my wife wants to take me to the hospital..... ( not going to happen... at least not today.) So, having recapped the days events.... here are a few dragons that I managed to shoot. 1. This Darner is a bit of a mystery to me... all of the California Darners I have seen and the Blue Eyed Darners... have blue eyes. You'll notice this has silver eyes and the body markings are silver / grey as well. Any Ideas? 2. California Darner 3. Blue Dasher 4. Blue Dasher 5. Twelve Spotted Skimmer 6. Western Pondhawk Male 7. Western Pondhawk Female - Note she has a bad wing, but she was eating something so apparently she manages.