Most visitors to Bangalore’s Kaikondrahalli and Kasavanahalli lakes celebrate their avian life, but Vedant Sapra takes a closer peek at the biodiversity that often goes unnoticed Continue reading Small World – A macro photographer zooms in on the big picture
‘Stop and smell the roses,’ they say. But they are not talking about the garden. And when they talk about the garden, they are talking merely of flowers. Life, unseen, thrives among the clefts between observed and unobserved. A versified photo-essay by Nagesh Manay Continue reading Life Around Black-Eyed Susan
Not the cuddliest tiger around but certainly the safest to introduce your kids to, this one is best chased with a camera on a sunny spring morning. If your intentions are evil, back off or you’ll be left with a … Continue reading No teeth, no claws, but very much a Tiger!
Anand Yegnaswami witnesses a bizarre encounter between a spider and a wasp and stumbles into a freakish discovery of manipulation in animals Mind manipulation is not new to many of us, considering we have watched Jedi Mind Tricks, read about … Continue reading We don’t need no thought control!
Cicadas are diurnal, so what was this one doing up late at night? Continue reading The Cicada’s Night Out
With the menacing looks and businesslike patience of an assassin, the Robber Fly captures its prey on the wing Continue reading Encounter: Robber Fly, raptor of the insect world
A day of tired wandering in a forest ends with an intimate rendezvous with a stunning damselfly – the Stream Glory. It’s often the little things in life that give you the biggest highs Continue reading Encounter: Stream Glory, a dazzling tropical damselfly
Antlions are far more menacing as larvae: their pits are death traps for ants and small insects and can offer kids many hours of macabre entertainment Continue reading Encounter – Antlions and the pit of death