This little Purple Rumped Sun Bird is a frequent visitor to my garden. He gets fooled by his reflection seen on my windows, the car mirror and on this occasion, on the glass panel of a box housing the electricity meter.
I captured him through my window as the little bird was totally engrossed in checking out the vision of his look-alike !
Copyright: Ajithaa Edirimane
I saw this beautiful butterfly fluttering around a Lime bush in my garden and quickly captured it with my Canon 60D. ISO 200. f 5.6 and 1/500s
These were captured in Negombo in the western coast of Sri Lanka during a photographic project titled “7 to 7″ conducted by the Photographic Society of Sri Lanka (PSSL).
The full moon on 14 February 2014.
A butterfly commonly seen in the evenings resembling a dried leaf referred to as ‘Common Evening Brown’ (Scientific name – Melanitis Leda) I captured a close up with my Canon 60D when I found this little one resting on my garden table.
This photograph was selected as one of the Highly Commended photos of both the Nature’s Surprises Competition and Close Up Competition conducted by the Society of International Nature and Wildlife Photographers.
This is an orchid of the Catleya family, photographed in my friend Nalini’s garden in Ja-ela Sri Lanka.
ISO 800 : f5.6 : 1/5s : Canon 60D
One of the 3 finalists in the Flower Photography monthly competition conducted by My Home Garden for the month of September 2013.
Dragon Fly resting on a Rampe leaf, a grass like herb. I captured this photograph during late evening under soft light coming as close as I could to the dragon fly. Without a macro lense.
ISO 800 : f 5.6 : 1/4s : Canon 60D
This photo was awarded 2nd place in the Insect Category in the monthly competition conducted by My Garden School in September 2013.
Long exposure low light photography.