Step Into my Pictures!
My recent visit to Karjat, apart from the usual macro photography that I do. I tried applying some new techniques, I also thought of how I should take the pictures when I could. So here goes!
The above picture is a new plant, I am not sure what the name is, but its rather beautiful isn’t it!
Here we have Mr. Cricket with red eyes and a green body on a white rose, rather colorful!Theres a Spider on the Rose below I spotted it when I came to take the Macro, otherwise it would be so easy to miss a white spider on a white rose.
I have taken a shot of this flower before but it always seems to fascinate me. Especially when you zoom into the picture and look at the way the flower bleeds black.Just a picture that would confuse you, the texture is wonderful and so is the color!
Alien FM! Yes click on the picture and enlarge it, look at the top part of the picture and you will see the Alien atennae, they are here in the Bananas!The seed that can be seen on top, this is inside the skin of the seed, this picture was thrilling!Yummy a good healthy crop of yummy bananas looks like the image below!The Egret has been introduced on our blog before so will skip him he wouldn’t mind he’s the timid kind.Ok!!! This photography was what I really enjoyed clicking, I was lost in the leaf for a good amount of time watching the stripes runing up and down was soo much fun! To get an idea of what im talking about click on the image and have some fun!Fractals in Nature once again, I picked this cajurina corn up later, set the lights on it and will soon be creating an orignal favicon for our blog with the fractals on this!The colors of the morning reminded me of the morning when Bhavika and I slept on Om Beach in Gokarna.This flower can never be forgoten, I think every one in India should know the flower as we studied it in school!The leaves of the Hibiscus glowing with dew, if you find the above set of pictures a little hazzy starting with the morning sunlight, its because of the low light, my short pants and my shivering hands in the cold!This is a very common shrub used as a boundaries and dividers. I like the way the others just blur!The King of Good times was here, another bird that does not need any introduction was also spotted in Hampi!
Musunda is a plant with colored leaves, we have a pink one in the building where I live in Bombay. This is a white one with a cute yellow starry flower!I took 3 goes to get this shot right, was happy when I finally succeeded.Some people hate the below vegetable, I always seem to find it extremely medicinal so I enjoy eating it now!This guy just wouldn’t let me get my camera close enough to him!This Beetle had a transparent shell with black spots on him, the picture is not too cleare as he just couldn’t seem to stop moving! But that’s alright I was quite fascinated with it!!The picture below is here thanks to Dad who showed me the plant where the spiders nested. The leaf was webbed together, had to open it up to get a pic of the hundeds of baby spiders safely residing in their nest!I just love the look on this guys face below, it feels like he’s saying, “WTF! I thought I was Camouflaged!”An unusual yellow flower!The Canna as well has featured here before in different colors.This is the Creeper of the Kerala plant, using the support of others to bear fruit! We all can use someones support to get through life, that’s what we are all here for!
I do hope you enjoyed my walk through my pictures. I will soon start a dedciated blog for our Photography. In the meantime, hope you go through the rest of your day with a smile!
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