|Intro:||The page of mine published in TREKNATURE , is a photographic exhibition of Butterflies particularly seen around Southern Peninsula of India. |
Not all species, but what all species I met and Photographed successfully.
The geographical area extends to approximately 2700 sq km (i dont want to talk about political or regional boundaries which are man made) around has an enormous number of species touching approximately 320 species of butterflies spotted and charted authentically.
Many of them are critically endangered and facing threat because of rapid Urbanization and irrational Projects disregarding environmental matters. Most of the species are not yet studied thoroughly, because behavior of each species differs in the field.
I am trying to capture the most 100% of these species if i am blessed by God with my adventurous hobby with all willpower from within which started few years back; after I captured a beautiful Lime Butterfly for the first time.
1. Butterfly Arts Foundation, India
2. Photographic Society of Kerala, India
4. Malabar Natural History Society,Kozhikode,India
|Camera:||Canon Powershot A 530, Canon Powershot A 580, Fuji Finepix S 1800, Fuji Finepix S2000 HD S2100 HD, Fujifilm Finepix F 500 EXR|
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