17 August 2011


The only thing I know about butterfly is that it comes from Caterpillar- I don't know their names, I don't know their family, I can't even say if it's a butterfly or a moth but I still love photographing them. I wish to learn about them.
The story of Monarch Butterfly on National Geographic amazed and inspired me to take a closer look at this beautiful insect.
This is my fourth post on Butterfly and interestingly my Butterfly-II fetched me huge number of hits from search engines. But I know it must have disappointed the readers since I didn't have anything worth in there. So each time I put up a new butterfly post I am thinking harder and defining what I want out of this modest interest in photographing Butterfly.

Here are links to my older Butterfly posts:


  1. PaSsu,
    The Institute, I am working has produced a field guide to identify butterfly. I shall be happy to send a copy to you if you could drop your address here.
    Great photography,

  2. Sangay, that would be very exciting. Please send me a copy @ passu@writersofbhutan.com.
    I don't have big butterfly dreams, I just want to identify those in my school campus. Thanks a lot!

  3. Dear Passu,

    Nice ..keep going like it

  4. Sangay,When you asked for my address I thought you were sending me softcopy, but today I am happy to receive two hand books; one on butterfly and other on birds. I hope I will know all my butterflies in my school by their name, at least.
    Thank you so much.

  5. Thank you for this interesting and really beautiful post. Such a beautiful things develop our imagination. After looking on your post I cant do my english essay topics, I want to be elsewhere and see all the miracles of our world.


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