Last weekend we did something that usually only tourists do, we went to the butterfly park in KL. The park is located within Lake Garden, a stone’s throw away from KL bird park and a mere 5-10 minutes from the city center.
Spanning some 80,000 square feet with over 5000 live butterflies and other insects, it is claimed to be the largest butterfly garden in the world (I believe the one in Penang is just slightly smaller)
peekaboo! a grasshopper at KL butterfly farm
Haze and Horng were armed with 30mm Macro mounted on Sony NEX 3F & 5N respectively, while I had my trusted Olympus E-PL3 paired with the Digital Zuiko 35mm f/3.5 macro lens for this task.
We spent around 2 hours taking these photos, and these are some of the better pictures taken by yours truly. Hope you like them.
To my muslim friends, Selamat Hari Raya.
nope, this isn’t the one where you can pull out each string to get nectar
a tourist taking a snapshot
dragon fly, they usually sit very still
a butterfly stopping by
a closer look at the teal colored butterfly
this isn’t a dead leaf
a leaf on the water