They may have no name as far as I am concerned, but they are still so beautiful:
I thought of asakiyume who would know which to smell, which to brew into tea, and which to avoid!
I wonder if this is related to the DEADLY NIGHTSHADE (Potato Plant) which has similar, but much larger, flowers:
Ah, one I know. This is the WILD JASMINE and gives off a heavenly, heady scent:
Apart from the damselflies and dragonflies I posted about earlier, I found this CRICKET,too:
I wondered if these TERMITE NESTS were now home to snakes:
On the way back, at Bidadi, I caught sight of some trees with hundreds of fruit bats hanging from them, and we all got off to take pictures:
Here's a snap that explains why they are called "flying foxes":
Here are two fruit bats, bickering amongst themselves:
Ah, that's the Mysore trip done...if it takes me a week to document a two-day trip, that's not very efficient!