Is a traveller disillusioned by the familiar and fascinated with the unknown... and of course the founder of this blog.
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I am posting a few random insect pics here along with a suave yellow frog that once ventured into the house during the rainy season.
You can also visit my older post on butterflies.
Ants and the Caterpillar:
The power of unity.
Not sure but I think it was a ladybug. It was languishing in the ground when I saw it. Then I picked it up and put it on the flower to take another shot. (It was not harmed in anyway during the process)
It was the most colorful lepidoptera I’d ever seen. It was elusive, it never came close and finally settled on a jackfruit tree. Had to shoot it from a distance and crop the images.
It was a familiar one. But for a change it chose to offer a more interesting background.
Tiger Striped Insect:
Not sure what it is. But great colors.
Yellow Frog: The predator:
Finally the terminator to all of the above.