Despite the small size, I still saw many interesting things, such as this Papilio demoleus on the other side of the wire fence.
At the end of the park was a small playground, and on the other side was a small farm with bamboo, fruit trees, and other vegetable patches.
Guarding the farm were small feisty (but adorable) puppies.
Such as this Peacock Pansy.
Crossing the park on a small bridge, I came to the riverbank of the Yellow River. Even though the river channel is quite unnatural, it was still nice to watch and hear the water rushing by.
Then I wandered around a bit in the neighbourhood and photographed this unafraid Red Percher.
There is a narrow but sturdy bridge for us to cross over the Yellow River.
Wandering upstream of Yellow River, I came across Tianmu Park, a much larger park that I had vague memories of playing here (with my elementary friends) before I immigrated to Canada.
I also went to the riverbank and captured some beautiful images of the river flowing underneath the canopy.
When finishing photographing the river, I came across this minute and bright damselfly.
Turned out it was a common damselfly named Yellow Featherlegs (Copera marginipes). What a pretty little thing when it was looking at me through my camera lens.
After an hour or so, I needed to head back home to get ready for the finale banquet of my internship. But not before I captured some images of this patient Swinhoe's Japalura. I shall be back to this beautiful park to reminisce my childhood memories and capture new memories.
By the way, I received the 3rd place award (in the Life Sciences category) for my presentation on Taiwan Barbet. What a wonderful day it was today!