Sorry for the late update but here's a continuation from the pictures I took in Indonesia. After satisfied seeing the main parts of Bali, we decided to take a ferry over to the island of Lombok to visit a more rural and less touristy area. Our travels found us in the South of the Island in a town called Kuta. During our stay we rode mopeds all around the area to search for beaches and attractions and many times we rode past this sign advertsing a mystical cave of snakes and bats.
Snakes being one of my favourite animals I was desperate to go , however the girls were not so keen....
You dont have to go overseas to see colour ful wildlife! If you look closely enough you can see it all around Britain!. Here are some pictures i took of a load of insects throughout the British summer. Mainly shot around Plymouth and the Devon coast. I hope you like them. enjoy!
Red Damsel fly, Pyrrhosoma Nymphula.
Mating Azure Drangonflys, Coenagrion Puella. The male is Blue and black and the female is brilliant green and black.
The Common Blue Butterfly, Polyommatus icarus(Lycenidae).
Peacock butterfly, Nymphalis io (Nymphalidae).
Red Admiral, Vanessa...
Most people have cats or dogs or budgies as pets! Not my friends Dan and Jake oh no. When they found two baby magpies which had fallen from there nest on the roof of a house there good will and kind nature kicked in and they promptly took the baby birds under their wing!
Unfortunately they were only able to save and raise one as the other past away from its injuries, Anyway without further ado i introduce Stimpy the house magpie.
Stimpy on his throne.
Dan and Jake couldnt quite get Stimpy to master his house training skills much to the displeasure of other housemates.