Look out for a very beautiful and attractive dragonfly Trithemis aurora. The male is brilliantly coloured with a pink body. This particular male was so skittish that I had to move around the ponds many times before I could nail a shot. The female is less attractive. This specimen was much more cooperative, staying quite still for me to take a few shots. This male Carpenter bee was buzzing around most of the time. He might be too tired and decided to rest. Common Tit (Hypolycaena erylus teatus) has a pair of curly tails on the hindwing. Very often when it is at rest, the wings are folded. It tends to slide the hindwings up and down, resulting in two tails imitating a pair of moving antennae. This is a common species that can be found in urban parks where the ornamental plant Javanese Ixora (Ixora javanica) is abundant.
My first sighting of this small critter. I am not sure what this is, a fly perhaps.