Irish Damselfly (Coenagrion lunulatum) pair mating, Montiagh's Moss, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, June. Photographer quote: "Itís hard to get excited about peat bogs but if you get down on your knees, all sorts of mini-marvels reveal themselves like these mating damselflies (clearly pre-occupied!). Raised bogs like this one in Northern Ireland may look like flat wastelands but they are in fact complex ecosystems." Did you know? UK peatlands hold almost 4 times more carbon than forests.