I stopped at Gilbert Road Community Garden and spent a great amount of time photographing the insects that came my way.
Yellow-faced Bumblebee (Bombus vosnesenskii) sticking out its long tongue.
Cute Western Honey Bee cleaning itself.
Some kind of damselfly. The only site I found useful was this but I wish there are galleries to help me identify them.
Then I biked towards Finn Slough and spotted this Blue-eyed Darner (Rhionaeschna multicolor) (I think) resting on blackberries. Such a lucky shot because I spent most of the times at the community garden trying to photograph the never-stopping dragonflies there.
Then I saw this simpler-looking damselfly. Beautiful!