The insect world, however, became quite active, and this
LEAF-CUTTER BEE (Thank you, Karthik, for the id)
showed her blue-striped body and gauzy wings:
There were many
on the grass:
zipped about, letting me getting a brief shot while resting:
looks quite beautiful:
This un id insect sat on the leaf, hoping to have breakfast, and hoping to avoid being breakfast...!
After seeing so many Millipedes, it was nice to see some
for a change!
These beautiful, tiny wildflowers added to the beauty at my feet:
On the drying pond, the
bloomed in beauty:
The most amazing sighting was Shreeram's spotting this lovely
ORNAMENTAL TREE TRUNK SPIDER ((Herennia ornatissima )(thanks to an anonymous reader!)
which Karthik says, belongs to the genus Herennia:
Isn't insect life and plant life as fascinating as sighting a tiger?