An insect is the best local photojournalism the kids on the copy desk could find for yesterday's local front.
The image has been so badly "Photoshopped" that a cloud of wormy indigo swirls billow around the subject. A heavy doodle line outlines the dragonfly itself, evidence that the image has been manipulated -- so amateurishly that a reasonably alert photo editor would notice.
Anything that might give context -- the who, what, when, where that a photo in a newspaper is expected to convey -- has been diligently erased for reasons that are never shared with the newspaper reader -- you know, the ones who pay more than $400 a year for honestly presented information?
The whole effort is a fake, intended to mislead and misinform. It's not even a "pretty picture."