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    The flat beauty

    Id: Long jawed orb weaver

    Mostly seen along the water bodies(atleast that's what I have experienced), these beauties tend to blend well in the scenery due to its ability to hide away from plain...
  2. The ghost bloom of the urban world

    ID: Alstonia scholaris

    One of the most fragrant annual bloomer, these seem to have taken a unique place in the urban biodiversity, especially due to its tendency to grow at a pretty fast pace....
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    Peeping tom

    Id: Mantis nymph

    Accidentally stumbled upon this beauty on one of the garden plants, and with it's almost curious look at the camera, the essence of peeping tom came to my mind. These ant...
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    Enjoying the feast

    Id: Pumpkin beetle

    A frame of the beauty that was least bothered with the intrusion and rather decided to continue feasting on the wild flower that was blooming along the pathway. With loads of...
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    The resting predator

    ID: Chalky percher

    A frame of the beautiful and a potent predator, this ‘dragonfly’ was seen resting on the blade of the grass, surprisingly, almost still and wasn’t much disturbed by my approach...
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    The curled tongued beauty

    ID: Dakhan Spotted flat

    Its interesting how a normal society’s garden can have such an interesting variety of natural beauties. While exploring the garden section, usually have seen bark mantis...
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    The garden poser

    ID: Chalky percher

    Home bound since the lockdown, exploring nature and framing the beauties of it, especially when nature blooms during that phase of the year, i.e., the monsoon season. Though...
  8. The delicate and beautiful bloom of the rocks

    ID: Rock Begonia(Begonia crenata)

    One of the most common herb seen around during the monsoon season, missing out framing them this year, these bloom along the rocky patches(especially on rocks)...
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    The vibrant bowtie-d gentleman

    ID: ID help appreciated

    One of the most beautiful moth that visited my home, this beauty surprisingly cooperative and friendly and seemed comfortable posing for the photographs. While taking some...
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    sensor dust is a real pain that I have been...

    sensor dust is a real pain that I have been facing for sometime, always get my gear serviced in Feb, march, slightly in advance so that its working without any issues during the monsoon season, but...
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    The itchy guest

    One of the monsoon visitor at our home, this tiny(comparatively) beetle seemed to manage to sneak through the sliding rails and posed pretty graciously, just below the tube light. Though it seemed to...
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    The visionary pose

    ID: pierrot butterfly

    A frame from the last nature walk, before the pandemic hit us all, the beauty was seated at the tip of the leaf, upside down, probably on a look out for the heat of the early...
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    The night angel

    ID: Dragonfly

    Lockdown, due to the global pandemic, had brought in tough times to most of the population forcing many to stay indoors, atleast for the fortunate ones. But something that most...
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    Curled in to comfort

    ID: Hyllus Semicupreus?

    While traversing thru the initial phase of the trail, spotted this beauty that had converted a curled up seedpod into its own den and comfortable asleep in it. The beauty...
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    The angel of summer

    ID: Spot swordtail

    One of the most beautiful and swift butterflies to be spotted around the national park areas, especially with the influx of the summer heat, these Spot swordtails are very...
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    Third time lucky

    ID: Green Marsh Hawk

    Me and my daughter have been spotting this beauty for the past few days, perched near our bedroom window, but could never frame it as it just flew off the moment I reached out...
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    Dust particles have been a major issue with my...

    Dust particles have been a major issue with my high magnification frames, and based on the trend I feel the Raynox has got some micro scratches that are causing it, not completely sure though
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    A lockdown portrait

    ID: Longhorn beetle

    A surprise visitor at home, this beauty seemed to have taken our sliding as refuge for taking some rest from the extremely dry summer day. After a while though, by the time I...
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    All for that precious drop

    ID: Ants(specific id help appreciated) feeding on the tiny honey dew off an aphid

    With, almost a global level lockdown in place, looking out for subject for photography, a usual getaway over the...
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    The horned thorn

    ID: Stick insect(close up)

    A closer look of the stick insect that I had encountered during the short trip to Hubli. The beauty had perched itself amongst the thorny shrub, blending well into the...
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    The symbiosis of nature

    ID: Treehopper nymphs amongst ant(specific id of both appreciated), along with some tiny speck of insects

    Spotted the big, pale green beauty at the edge of the stem, when went closer to frame it...
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    In its eco home

    ID: Spitting spider with Egg sac

    Spotted this beauty in its typical enclosure of a home, made out of curling a leaf, along with the egg sac. The spider seemed to stay kaput inside an, almost,...
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    The octoclop

    ID: Huntsman spider

    One of the most beautiful and huge spider ever encountered in the trail, this beauty seemed, atleast initially, caught some small prey and was busy feeding on it, aiding us to...
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    My precious!!!

    ID: Parasitoid wasp next to, probably, Pentatomidae eggs

    One of the most notorious form of wasp, infamous (atleast for novice like me), for intruding into other species’ eggs and laying its own...
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    A look out to the urban world

    ID: Brown headed gull

    One of the seasonal visitors of the Mumbai, these beauties can be seen all around the bridges of Mumbai and neighboring suburbs. These scavengers can feed on anything and...
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