I was quite excited when I found them because they were different then the one that I photographed earlier in the year at the Bass Ponds or the ones that I photographed last summer at Fort Snelling State Park.The ones that I had photographed earlier were all the orange variety with black/brown spots. As you can see these were the yellow and brown variety.
Male Halloween pennants are always orange and brown. Females can be either orange and brown or yellow and brown like these in the pictures.
You can see, in all of these shots, the dragons perched horizontally at the top of vegetation. This is how the pennants got their name, because they resemble a pennant blowing in the wind.