On my recent walk at Sanjay Gandhi National Park, just a day after the Heavy downpour that stalled Mumbai, I enjoyed each and every moment of the Mid-day walk along the freshly emerged nature. Loads of water all along, loads of fresh greenery, flowers and whole lot of butterflies. But this one was an interesting growth along the pathway on the inner sides of National park, near Shilonda trail area. Thanks to an expert and nature lover Shardul Bajikar for the ID of this beauty that seemed to be completely drenched in the fresh showers and seemed more like an ornament basking its reflective and intricate beauty.
The rains started off again and with no protection for the camera and lens I didnt risk trying any wider DOF. Hope to encounter them in my coming visits.
ID: South Indian squill (Ledebouria revoluta or Scilla hyacinthina)
Canon 100mm macro
Handheld, No flash used
Location: SGNP, Borivali