Can you identify these for me? I am assuming they are mating? They caught my...
Your question comes at an interesting time. The news media have recently been reporting a dragonfly migration to the south through Ohio. I have linked an Ohio Department of Natural Resources guide: https://wildlife.ohiodnr.gov/portals/wildlife/pdfs/publications/id%20guides/pub320.pdf Your picture does not appear to reflect typical mating behavior. I do not know whether that is any particular behavior.
Thank you for your question.
These insect are not dragonflies. It is a mating pair of crane flies, insects somewhat related to mosquitoes, but they do not bite. The immature stages live in places with a lot of moisture and organic matter, such as lake bottoms, river bottoms, or in damp soil. See the link below for more interesting facts about these insects.