I'd say you are pretty good! I've never been able to get such a nice dragonfly photo. Welcome to CR
Edit- If you don't mind, what equipment and settings did you use to shoot the dragonfly? I rarely see them and they buzz by very fast and never seem to hold still.
Here in switzerland we have a lot of ponds with nice paths made of wood so you can visit them. There you will find hundreds of dragonflies and also a lot of water snakes, birds and other various small insects.
If you wait near the water for a few minutes dragonflies will think that you are just a newly emerged tree and start ignoring you or even land on you.
Now you have to learn their flight path, usually they fly the same path all the time. So prefocus and wait till you have a chance to shoot.
I have a 60D and a 150 mm Sigma Macro. So I used rapid fire and tried to manually focus on the dragonfly. Perhaps you can use auto focus if you have a better camera.
My settings were: 1/125, f/9, no flash.
This is also example of a butterfly flying the same path for 20 minutes try to impress a mate. You would need a lot of luck to get such a shot. But if they do not alter their flight path at all its pretty easy to even focus in advance.