Wow man..these were nice shots!!!:)whats next?Grasshoppers?
Very nice work. I think the forth one down from the top is the butterfly space programs first launch...The scientifically impossible I do right awayThe spiritually miraculous takes a bit longer
haha these are nice. (: keep shooting butterfly pics okay? ;)
They are wonderful!!!You did a great job....wow!!
nice pics..i like the second..i was remembering the song myself...it has a quaint feel abt it
your favorite one, is mine too.i have more butterflies than flowers now with all this florida heat!i am missing my flowersas the sun is so intenseand then, when the rains come, the water mashes everything down.your photos look like springrather than summer to me...:-)
WoW, WoW...I think these are some of your best shots till now. Just marvellous!
wow excellent shots!! did the butterflies pose for u ;) btw when was it that u made that trip to Ladakh? I can't seem to get the place out of my head- still have dreams abt it!!
Bautiful pictures (and like you, close-ups sometimes elude me, even though I have gotten a little better lately, after finally reading the instruction booklet *grin*).I am always intrigued by your images of plants and flowers I know from other world regions, like this butterfly bush. We had one back home in Washington and it was always well visited by butterflies. Could this be the Indian species of the Monarch butterfly? What's its Indian name?
Hiya,am I to picture you fluttering after butterflies, camera to the eye, desperately trying to zoom in on to them? How else can you get them to pose?What do you call those flowers in India? Butterflies just love them.You may all know this, so a little question; how did "butter" get into their name?
Nice picures ... really beautiful. And I too wonder how did you manage to get the close-ups ....And btw, you can find the old song (ek titli) on youtube, if you'd like to watch/hear it once again ...search for "ek anek". and you can find there, "jungle jungle baat chali hai", too!
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