some unusual rock formations in the area - this rock looks like the head of a calf.
As we look deeper into what seems like the eye of the calf, we find a grasshopper -This time it is a real live specimen having its afternoon siesta
The only species of butterfly that I saw on this trip - the Large Salmon Arab. this was neither the season nor a very rich habitat for butteflies.
Quite a challenge to catch the Marshall's Iora on the lens - with its constant flitting and acrobatics, it was a charming sight indeed.
another interesting species seen in the are was the White-naped Tit Parus Nuchalis which is a rare & endangered species