First to capture attention were these ants. Ajay during the ant watching outing had given me its name. I had repeated it aloud twice. Well, looks like my neurons haven't taken a liking to it. Ok! so these chaps were busy building their home...majorly pushing the earth out. And, when I placed my fingers close to one. It scurried like mad.
Notice the golden back. An identifying characteristic. And, if you can see what I see, therz a dot like structure just above the golden part, apparenly thats a distinct feature for any ant.
This guy, a few weeks back, ontop of a grass blade. I suppose, he likes the heights. Look at his wedge (triangular) shaped face.
Moving on. Partha joined at this point. And, we admired the African Tulip. Two flowers have...what do U say...flowered...the 3rd.. ready, 1 2, 3 kinds.....hey hold on....so many of them to unfurl. Must be quite a sight. And may pose serious real-estate problems. So, would they take their own time, making sure atmost 2 or 3 are unfurled at any point of time ? Need to watch.
Then these moths. Notice the eyes. The big ones at the centre, and smaller ones at the periphery. This chap sat - jappayya andhru jaglilla - I moved very silently to take snaps of it and later Partha created enough sound waves to attract - females of whatever kind - but this guy - yeah, surely a guy - sat and simply starred back!!!
One more moth. For your eyes only.