Tag Archives: life

In Praise of a fallen Flower: Sea Hibiscus

Sea Hibiscus flower series:

Fallen Flowers remind us of the natural birth/growth/death cycle. It’s hard to believe that nature can pack beautiful shades of colors into one lone Flower; it was hard to pass by without capturing your beauty. So delightful when alive up on the tree fully bloomed, don’t know how many took notice of you and appreciated the nature but the end will be so tragic that you are bound to be crushed by moving vehicles. You accomplished your life mission so here I am to honour you.

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Ring neck Parakeet family:

A family of eight Parakeets perched on leafless barren tree. There seem to be a serious discussion or difference of opinion. After about a few minutes I found them very calm but looking in different direction and about to disburse(second image). It was a sheer joy to watch and the day spent well.

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Common Oriental Garden Lizard:

Common Oriental Garden Lizard posing with its catch.

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Still Life for Artists:

Age old and Traditional still life set up for students drawing and painting exercise for the visual arts departments. Also, for photographers this still life setup is a wonderful object to photograph as the varying light, colors and shadows will be a challenging task to get the correct exposure.

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Bee Buzzing Around:

Feast to the eyes watching so many takoff and landing of theses wonderful critter on a clear bright sunny day with lovely blue sky background.Bee in flight about to land on a flower bunch of Mexican Lilac and yellow trumpet flowering tree on a clear sunny day.

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How do bumblebees find the best flowers in the field? It’s not just by smell, as you might think. It turns out that flowers generate a small electric field that bees can sense, drawing them in for a delicious taste of nectar.

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Bees and flowers, of course, co-evolved with a long-standing symbiotic relationship; the bees depend on flowers for nectar, which they use to produce honey, and flowers need bees to help pollinate other flowers.

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Bee in flight about to land on a flower bunch of yellow trumpet flowering tree against clear blue sky background.