While waiting for my friend, I noticed quite a number of common butterflies either resting or fluttering around flowering plants near Car Park B.
This brown skipper with a slightly pointed forewing tip looks like a Small Branded Swift (Pelopidas mathias mathias). A rather common brown skipper, it was zipping around before I got a shot when it was feeding on the yellow Crotararia flowers. Dark Glassy Tiger (Parantica agleoides agleoides) seems to be a permanent resident of this park as I have seen this species a few times here. This male Dark Glassy Tiger fluttered gracefully and unhurriedly amongst the flowers, looking for a comfortable spot to perch and rest, waiting for the dusk.
I was rather pleased to be able to see these critters and photograph them within a short waiting time - around 15 minutes - A wonderful park indeed.
As it was getting dark, I didn't really pay attention to fauna or flora around me while we were on our way up to the summit.