A visit to Sukorejo, East Java

First of all, Happy New Year 2010 to you all :) Lots of success in this new year to you.

Two days right after the New Year 2010, I got a chance to visit my late grandma’s place to rest. I did not have a chance to say goodbye to her when she passed away last year, 2008. So on that day was her 1st death anniversary and I did what I had to do.. :)

Moving on, the day was bright and hot! I got sunburns on my bare arms, cheeks and the back of my neck. I got couple shots of little creatures around includes, grasshopper, blue dragonfly, red dragonfly and many butterflies. It was beautiful and I did never know that cemetery comes with all these beautiful natures.

Below are just some of the images that I took, please enjoy them:

Red dragonfly on a thin branch

Red dragonfly on a thin branch

Blue dragonfly on a thin branch

Blue dragonfly on a thin branch

Butterfly sips through the young nectar

Butterfly sips through the young nectar


This green-look-alike-grashopper is long.

This green-look-alike-grashopper is long.


Two butterflies are flying, seems to be mating

Two butterflies are flying, seems to be mating


They call them "Shy princess" leaves

They call them Shy princess leaves


Spot the grasshopper

Spot the grasshopper


Green grasshopper is about to make a leap

Green grasshopper is about to make a leap


Green Dragonfly on the stick-end

Green Dragonfly on the stick-end


Grasshopper on a dry grass

Grasshopper on a dry grass


Yellow Dragonfly on a long leave

Yellow Dragonfly on a long leave

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