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    The predatorís den

    ID: Spitting spider

    While traversing the monsoon ridden trail, I came across this beautiful specimen in its natural habitat/place of hiding. These shy/cautious predators, usually seen in or around...
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    That balanced feed

    ID: Four speckled hoverfly

    Came across several of these beauties hovering and feeding on the monsoon bloom, along with a huge variety of wasps and butterflies. While busy framing them, this...
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    The bloom and the scenery

    ID: Sesamum indicum

    Came across this beautiful spot with ta few bloom of wild sesame flowers, along with the others like the Indian borage and garden balsams, along the slopes, overlooking a...
  4. From the hills to the fields, creating the rhapsody of nature

    A beautiful stream of fresh and chillingly cold water gushing down from the hills to the lower area, amongst the fields, had brought in a spectacular ambience. The cool breeze and the peaceful sound...
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    I tried attempting the vertical frame,...

    I tried attempting the vertical frame, unfortunately with single flash, getting the balance in lighting was difficult, plus the diffuser design disturbed the leaf, possibly disturbing the butterfly...
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    AWESOME!!! Had been to a location where i did...

    AWESOME!!!
    Had been to a location where i did spot tutari bloom few years back, unfortunately couldnt spot a single one this time, probably had weathered off by the tie I reached the spot
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    The bloom amongst the hill

    ID: Ceropegia vincaefolia

    While exploring the hills, and heading into the denser bit of the bushes, on a lookout for something interesting, we got a pleasant and unexpected surprise. Amongst the...
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    That curious look

    ID: Common Silverline

    Came across this beauty, right at the initial phase of the trail, and even though it was in the midst of the afternoon, the beauty seemed a tad too lethargic and was more...
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    I couldnt move to the left as there was a rock...

    I couldnt move to the left as there was a rock over there, tried my best to get a clearer shot

    @Abhishek, could be true, i am not sure about it.
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    Getting ready for the hop

    ID: Mantis nymph

    Spotted this tiny beauty roaming around the leaves of a shrub, the tiny beauty was almost like a speck of dust, only on close observation realized it was a beautiful mantis nymph....
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    The shiny eyes off the wood

    ID: Tree frog

    While enjoying the beautiful butterfly garden and the premonsoon beauty of the paradise in the heart of the filmy world, or rather the other way round, came across a very interesting...
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    Have a frontal view of the same, shall share in...

    Have a frontal view of the same, shall share in the coming days.
    Regarding the Flash's highlight issue, I am trying to explore ways to get better diffusion, hope to achieve better diffusion in the...
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    It wasnt a huge crop, but I guess I had used a...

    It wasnt a huge crop, but I guess I had used a raynox along witht he macro lens, probably leading to some softness
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    A shy predator

    ID: Glow worm female feeding on a snail

    While traversing down the hill, we stumbled upon this beautiful specimen, all digging in into the snailís shell, feeding onto the appetite. The intensity...
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    Breaking off the barrier

    ID: Weevil
    Came across this beauty, almost caught, partially, in the water drop, due to the short downpour. But by the time I could start framing it though, it slowly started moving off from the...
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    The morning's big catch

    ID: Spitting spider with mantis catch

    Came across this beautiful and vibrant predator perched on the tip of the leaf, almost frozen like dead. But on close observation realized that the predator...
  17. Aerial shot of the mating... P.S.: Its not from a drone

    ID: Tiger beetle(specific id appreciated)

    This particular outing seemed to have brought out the tiger beetles, of different sizes and patterns, in huge numbers. With huge numbers of them, mostly...
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    Tiny one with the morning catch

    ID: Robberfly with Midge catch

    Came across this tiny beauty surprisingly slowly moving around. Later when the colleague tried framing it we realized the reason for its lethargy. It seemed to have...
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    @Mrudul ma'm, I too thought the vertical framing...

    @Mrudul ma'm, I too thought the vertical framing would work well, unfortunately there where other leaves from the neighbouring plant that was causing distractions, so had to go ahead with this frame
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    The hustle bustle of pagoda

    ID: Pagoda ants/acrobat ants

    Spotted this interesting sight on the beautiful pagoda built by the tiny beauties, along the trail. For some reason, unsure if its due to the heavy rains or presence...
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    Just hanging out

    ID: Jewel beetle

    Came across this magnificent and massive beetle taking refugee under the stem of a plant. While attempting to frame it, through the distractions, it suddenly decided to get off...
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    The deceptive fang

    ID: Can anyone guess this flower? A usual bloom during the monsoon season

    A close up of, either, the stigma or stamen of a local herb that seems to shoot off from the ground with the advent of the...
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    A mite-y explorer

    ID: tiny mite on a moth's wing
    Came across a beautiful and massive moth well camouflaged along a stone, blending so well that even though we were right next to it we didnt notice it, only until we...
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    The monster within

    ID: Beetle(specific id appreciated)

    While we were framing the massive mushroom bloom along the bark of the tree, while I was just about to press the shutter release button, I noticed some movement...
  25. The world outside the Urban world...or is it

    ID: Hermit crabs around a sponge

    The marine biodiversity is a very unique one, surviving or rather nourishing despite the apathy of the humans. Here is a frame showcasing the unique variety, a...
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