Wednesday, 13 October 2010

Wordless Wednesday–Sri Lanka Tree Nymph




12 comments:

scrapchick said...

Beautiful captures! Love the color scheme of this butterfly also. :) Happy WW!

Chavie said...

I love his shape. Lovely pictures Amila. :D

rainfield61 said...

It is cool.

Sunita said...

Absolutely stunning! And definitely suited to a wordless post. What more can one say, after all? :)

Kirigalpoththa said...

He has zebra colors.

magerata said...

Not a word!, but it is great capture!

Phil said...

Super pictures, Very sharp. I especially like the top one that shows off the black and white against the green

Layla Morgan Wilde said...

Thank-you. It's always a treat to see a different species. Our Monarch butterflies are migrating from N. America to Mexico right now. Happy WW!

Sukhmandir Kaur said...

The dalmatian of butterflies. Exquisite. Happy WW

Gallicissa said...

Thank you all!
I am back from a great trip with loads of pics. I saw a butterfly lifer in the form of Gaudy Baron, which I also photographed. I am very very pleased about it.

Gadgetgirl said...

i love this.

Gallicissa said...

@Gadgetgirl,
Thanks! It's a very slow flying butterfly, and has an amazing ability to hang in the air with lazy wing beats—really cool!

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