My first shot on a gloomy morning was this Silver Forget-me-not (Catochrysops panormus exiguus ) 蓝咖灰蝶). A few of them were fluttering at a low level . The little marginal black spot on the forewing is closer to the fascia as compared to another highly look-alike species Forget-me-not (Catochrysops strabo strabo).
Vigna reflexopilosa (?) was abundant there - I believe this is one of the larval host plants for both the Gram Blue and Silver-forget-me-not.
A close-up shot of some yellow flowers - take a closer look if you can see something very small.
This is a small orange skipper which resembles the Yellow Grass Dart (Taractrocea archias quinta). Its speedy darting flights from perch to perch at the ground level posed a great difficulty for me to track its where-about with my naked eyes.
Two different species of spiders were spotted in the same vicinity - both look new to me. I hope some "spidermen" or "spidewowen" out there would provide the name for me. (Note : I think the first shot below is a Hasselt's Spiny Spider ?)
This cluster of wild fungus was growing on a tree trunk in a shady part of the trail - not sure if they would glow at night but the contrasting white colour was certainly prominent in the shade.
The construction of this park connector is still going on. I am sure when it is completed next year, it will be another wonderful place for macro-photographers to explore - many thanks to the Nparks' Park Connector Network.