\"The sun has gone to bed and so must I...\"
The guy on the left was a feisty one -- kept ramming
the glass on which my camera was pressed like some
paparazzi-paranoid celebrity. And the one on the
right just looked up at me very shyly.
typhoon unding's rain-laden clouds move sluggishly
across our town and hopefully away...
The shot isn't much. I just loved the blue hue of November's
twilight sky -- the sun had just gone down without the
usual pink and orange fanfare and night was just preparing
to blanket the sky in blue-black. This beautiful deep blue
(cerulean? royal?) is the transitional midpoint.
Birdwatching even in KL. Like this crested yellow bird that
just caught a big fat worm for breakfast. But still can't get
close enough to snap a detailed enough shot!
Thanks to Steve Pryor (who is connected with the Wild Bird Club of the Philippines and who responded quickly to the S.O.S. I posted in Bird Forum, like a knight in shining plumage), my mystery bird has finally been identified!
It's a long-tailed shrike!!! Woo-hoo!!!
I just love the sight of the changing hues and vibrancies of twilight over the edge of the village, rimmed with mango and acacia trees.
Sunflowers on a dark barely moonlit night.
They look like they're looking for the source of light
but are surprised to find only half a moon and no sun.
The frangipani (Bangkok variety) that grows in our garden.
Just an experiment in textures