Getting close to nature: Part 1


A little after the last monsoon, I found out this place in our neighboring colony. A place which I could call wild amidst the city-jungle. I would not mention the name of the place just to ensure it stays as it is. With all that long grass, wild plants and large trees, this place has become a shelter for many bugs, birds and even snakes.

I saw insects and bugs I had never seen before. Dragonflies or Damselflies as many call them were in abundance and that too of many kinds and colors. It was one amazing phase of photography for me. There was this wild bush where a chameleon resided. I could find it in the same area almost every day. There were many birds like Parakeets, Ashy Prinia, Purple Rumped Sunbirds, Plain Prinia, Scaly Breasted Munia and many more. In the same place there's also a well where some kids would come and take a dip and make some dives.

Starting with this post, I will share some of the photos I captured in this small jungle. Hope you like these.

UNKNOWN BUG - PLEASE SHARE THE NAME IN COMMENTS, IF YOU KNOW

UNKNOWN BUG - PLEASE SHARE THE NAME IN COMMENTS, IF YOU KNOW

COMMON JEZEBEL
A CHAMELEON

A CHAMELEON WITH A PREY

A FLY ON A ROSE


6  comments:

  1. So captivating macros!! Thanks for sharing and Have a great week ahead for you and family!

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  2. Greetings, my friend. A great series of photos. This place looks like a semi-paradise and not unlike what we have in Florida. Your photography is superb and I enjoyed the pictures very much. I'm not on Google + nor am I on any social media and I cannot find a comment section so I'm sending this to you via email.

    Hope that all is well with you and your family!

    Lowell aka Jacob

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