Photographer's Note

In my village, usually people would plant flowers to make their compound beautiful and fragrance. Besides that, some shrubs and bushes are also left to grow. These attract the birds especially bulbuls which is very common.
this shot shows a pair of bulbuls perching near a bush of white jasmine.

Perlis, the northern gem, exudes natural beauty and is characterised by sprawling paddy fields. Predominantly agricultural, its historical background is marked by ancient archaeological discoveries and its multiracial society is a fascinating amalgamation of Malays, Chinese, Indians and Thais as it shares a border with Thailand.

Perlis has a tropical monsoon climate and the temperature is uniform in the range of 21 degrees C to 32 degrees C, while the weather is generally dry and warm with humidity in the lowlands ranging from 82% to 86%. The state's average annual rainfall is around 2500 mm with the wettest months being from May to December.

phwall, Ultrablue, shevchenko, rabani, jusninasirun oznaczył to zdjęcie jeko użyteczne

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