Recently visited a pond and found a good number of these damselflies there.
The Ceriagrion cerinorubellum... a rather colourful damselfly indeed!
Quite striking, actually.
Fishing boats anchored around a wooden jetty or stranded on the beach by the low tide is a common sight here in Langkawi. Yet, not many appreciate these "quaint" sights and take these scenes for granted.
It is a fact that we are slowly losing a lot of places like these due to development. More buildings, more land being reclaimed, loss of our mangrove forests, dwindling breeding grounds for fish and these small wooden fishing boats losing their ground as they are slowly driven out by modernisation, development and the concrete jungle taking its place.
The last several weeks have been almost hectic!
Anyway, here are some photos I'd like to share though these were taken not on the island of Langkawi...
A damselfly... have not had the chance to really look into its id.
A tall tree with buttress roots.
A beautiful, colourful grasshopper.
Stormy skies in the evening....
Misty hills the next morning.
Brachygonia oculata (male).
Brachygonia oculata (female).
Basically, that is how I've been spending my time...