Normal activities returned to the park in a sunny morning, after Typhoon Linfa wafted quickly across the border of Hong Kong yesterday. Laifa was said to be the weakest signal no. 8 so far recorded by the observatory, while people were pleased that no relative damages were caused. I went back to the rear side of the park to carry on with the panorama in no doubt of the fine weather. Though it did not rain much, the ants seemed to have raised their alert without spreading their troops across the floor, while some minute toads were jumping about. The toads looked like tidy dried wrinkles leaves lying on the floor motionlessly, until I touched killing one of them by my brush accidentally. I wondered if it was reflected by my guilty conscious that I felt dizzy and could not be able to sketch the view observed. While droppings of birds fell right on the drawing kit from the canopies above, announcing penalty for murdering an innocent life.