The photo shows a red dragonfly on top (in front of some hot pink snail eggs) but an orange dragonfly with orange and perhaps translucent(?) wings near the bottom. This is the best resolution I could get. While the red one is easy to photograph (see Identify these two big, beautiful dragonflies in Taiwan?) this orange species is really jittery and difficult to approach.
I believe I have seen dozens of them in an isolated grassy patch in a parking lot, but they never landed and I could not capture a photo or see them clearly, but today this one was "available" for a photoshoot.
The orange dragonfly's body is about 4 to 5 cm long, the location is Hsinchu county Taiwan. That's all I've got, except that the last centimeter or so of the wings appear to be almost transparent.