Tag Archives: sky

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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Flame of the forest – African tulip tree:

Spectacular view of African tulip flowering tree or “Spathodea” in full bloom on hilltop at Yercaud, TN, India was a sight to behold and cherished the moment against the clear blue sky and white fluffy clouds. See the close up view of another image apt to be named as flame of the forest.

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Stellar views & memorable meals:

Hill top open air dining arrangements at terrace garden to enjoy the unobstructed view of nature’s most beautiful landscapes in Yercaud, a High hill station in Tamilnadu, India.

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Sunset Moods:

Another Beautiful sunset series brings end of yet another day in life for these crows and Monkey. What a Beautiful poses I am really lucky to find them and take a few snaps of the moments from my rooftop. The crows probably discussing the day’s outcomes and how the next day going to be but the Monkey seems lost in thoughts and very sober perhaps a bad day for him.

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Sunset scenes are truly a delightful subject for all the photographers and who isn’t for that matter. Just being there at that moment will be a divine experience and will keep our mind calm and composed. A few of them are posted here and more in store yet to be published.

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.