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A bug’s life!


Armed with a Nikon D-800 camera with 105 mm F 2.8 lens, photographer, V. Ganesan switched to clickety-click mode and captured the tiny photogenic creatures. Spotting them itself required an eye for detail. But "Poochi" Venkatraman helped identify them.

While some of them showed such attitude, others timidly retreated behind leaves. Stunning pictures popped up as the photographer did a live upload on his laptop.

Geeta Padmanabhan took down notes for this picture essay.




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