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Nature, the Best Artist!

“Nature is the best artist we have ever seen. Nobody and nothing can ever match up to the brilliance of nature’s marvels.” Photo Facts: Device: LG V10 Mobile Phone Camera, Manual Mode Location: Weerawila Lake, Weerawila, Sri Lanka


The Pearl of Indian Ocean – Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka, also known as Ceylon, Pearl of Indian ocean & Gem Land is a beautiful, resourceful island which is rich in natural, cultural and historic values. Sri Lanka has been recognised as one of a biodiversity hot spots in Asia despite its size as a small island. In fact, Sri Lanka is one of 25 biodiversity hotspots in the world. Sri Lanka is enriched with a vast biodiversity and varied climate and house thousands of endemic and valuable species of all kinds. There are 8 UNESCO heritage sites in Sri Lanka including 6 cultural sites and two natural sites such Read more…


Waiting for love!

“A rose dreams of enjoying the company of bees, but none appears. The sun asks: Aren’t you tired of waiting Yes, answers the rose, but if I close my petals, I will wither and die.” – Paulo Coelho  


Native Srilankan elephants

The Sri Lankan elephant (Elephas maximus maximus) is one of three recognized subspecies of the Asian elephant, and native to Sri Lanka. Since 1986, Elephas maximus has been listed as endangered by IUCN as the population has declined by at least 50% over the last three generations, estimated to be 60–75 years. The species is pre-eminently threatened by habitat loss, degradation and fragmentation. – Wikipedia Srilankans has a complex relationship with elephants. These gigantic, intelligent animals have been a strong part of Srilankans’ lives since the beginning. An elephant is an icon of proud history and culture of Sri Lanka. They are a national treasure loved by many. Ancient Sri Lanka & Read more…


A Photoshoot With a Leaf Insect

The Phasmatodea (also known as Phasmida or Phasmatoptera) are an order of insects, whose members are variously known as stick insects in Europe and Australasia; stick-bugs, walking sticks or bug sticks in the United States and Canada; or as phasmids, ghost insects or leaf insects (generally the family Phylliidae). The group’s name is derived from the Ancient Greek φάσμα phasma, meaning an apparition or phantom, referring to the resemblance of many species to sticks or leaves.


Hakgala Botanical Garden, Nuwara Eliya

Established in 1861, Hakgala Garden is the second largest garden in Sri Lanka. It is located at 5,400 feet above the sea level and has a cold climate of between 16 °C to 30 °C. Hakgala Garden is a part of Hakgala Strict Nature Reserve with over 10,000 species of flora. It is a major tourist attraction in Sri Lanka especially during the Spring season between April to August. It is located in a scenic location surrounded by misty hills. The cool climes and scenic beauty compel the visitors to visit the garden every season. This area reminded of home hence British governors created a town Read more…


Greeny Visitor with Fake Eyes

Can you see how cute this worm is? yes a bunch of them attacked my Crape Jasmine plant by eating al the leaves. But still who can hate them? I heard these worms are called Tomato Worms. They are a type of caterpillars who will later turn into moths. Tomato worms, or commonly called as hornworms with the scientific name manduca quinquemaculata, are a type of caterpillars. It’s named due to its tail that similarly appears horn. They’re one of the largest caterpillars extending up to 4 inches long. Read more about their life cycle here. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]


Bridal Fall, Badulla Sri Lanka

Bridal Fall, Badulla Sri Lanka


The Baker’s Fall, Horton Plains, Sri Lanka

The Baker’s Fall , Horton Plains, Sri Lanka


Mini Bridal Falls – Badulla, Sri Lanka

Mini Bridal Falls