I think that the depth of field is too shallow. The damselfly should be totally sharp. In your case, the whole fly is not sharp - the legs, tail, and part of the head/eyes. This may have been a problem.
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Indeed, as Ricky stated, the focus is not sharp enough. If you zoom in to 100%, as the Moderators always do, you will see that only the horizontal wing seems to be in focus, and the rest of the insect is not.
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