Sunday, May 31, 2015
Butterflies @ Chiang Dao Part 4
Continue from previous post.
I usually ignore Tailless Line Blue (Prosotas dubiosa indica). But it was an interesting and a rare moment when two of them were "talking to each other"on the ground.
When one of them scooted off, I quickly snapped this shot.
A pair of Paris Peacocks (Papilio paris paris) was "drunk" on the damp gravel ground - they just ignore our presence.
There were at least a couple of the Striped Swordtail Graphium aristeus hermocrates fluttering around and coming down to the ground occasionally.
This Scarce Tawny Rajahs (Charaxes aristogiton aristogiton) od" on the ground with a group of flies.
This shot of a solitary Club Beak (Libythea myrrha sanguinalis) was taken on my second day of shooting at Chiang Dao Square. With this, I would like to conclude this series of blog posts on the butterfly species that I had photographed in Chiang Mai.
I really enjoyed the company of BC friends during this butterfly-photographing trip. Once again, I sincerely thank Antonio for making this trip possible for us. If you are interested in watching or photographing butterflies in Thailand, you can get advice from him via his FB page.