Gardening leaves me weak at the knees!
Something special with butterflies, the patterns on the underside differs from the upper part. Nice shot.
It stared at you all the way since this was the first meeting.
this looks like one of the pansies, do you know which one?
Yes I think so too Bangchik, but I didnt get to see the upperside of its wings.Rainfield, it found me fascinated as I was with it at our first meeting.Arati, I dont know anything about this butterfly, maybe you know more than me.
How did the first meeting go? Did it negotiate with you about laying eggs on your tomato plant?
One, it was a showdown of sort..nope! I didnt give in to that. Come and visit but no caterpillars on my plants please!
Good shot! I try so hard to take pictures of butterflies, but they always fly off before I can. He was obviously quite taken with you.
That's a beautiful shot of the butterfly p3chandan! Oh I notice your pond at the banner. Very nice!!
Butterfly showing off its beautiful wings! Must be a "girl"! :)Regarding Balti Chicken over at my kitchen... replacing yoghurt with coconut milk, in my opinion will give a slightly different taste, as you know, coconut milk is 'lemak manis' whereas yoghurt is a little bit tangy and sour. Maybe you could try with coconut milk and add on another tablespoon of lemon juice. Personally, I think that it will still be delicious, maybe a little different, but delicious! Let me know when you have decided to try it out!
This first meeting will give you many offspring and you will never be apart from it again ;-).
Thank you Masha.Holley, same here but this was the first that didnt fly away!Thanks Steph, its my first butterfly that I managed to snap that didnt fly away!Thanks Malar.Im not sure if it was a 'girl' Joy.About that Balti Chicken, I will try first with coconut milk, usually if I cook curry or dalcha, I will put one piece of asam keping or air asam jawa to make it a bit tangy. Though I would also like to try it with yoghurt as in your recipe.Diana, thats what Im scared of..its offsprings!
Lovely shot p3. I am itching to get going with the camera. Does your butterfly shot qualify as a macro shot?
Thanks Alistair.I dont think that was a macro shot, didnt get close enough to do it or no time to adjust the camera to make it a macro just in case the subject might flew away!
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