Wordless Wednesday: Nature

Today’s #WordlessWednesday photography challenge continues with Nature.

butterfly, Mae Salong, Thailand, SE Asia

Still travelling and currently in Kosovo, so will publish a Wordless Wednesday post or a Monochrome Monday #momo post when I run out of time for my usual Tuesday post.

Coming next week is a post on the Best of Okayama, Japan.

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Note: All photos by Nilla’s Photography unless otherwise mentioned. No part of this post was composed with the help of ChatGPT or AI.

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20 responses to “Wordless Wednesday: Nature”

  1. strainkeepers Avatar

    Such an elegant insect, thanks for sharing!

    1. Image Earth Travel Avatar

      Agree. You’re very welcome and thank you for leaving a comment.

  2. equinoxio21 Avatar

    Wonderful. I like your comment about IA or Chatgpt. Sadly I must confess I use Chatgpt to translate my Spanish short stories into English. Cuts my “work time” in half. Obviously, I edit 100% of the English text. So it’s more of a help tool to me…

    1. Image Earth Travel Avatar

      Thank you! I think it’s a little different using ChatGPT for translations. 😉

      1. equinoxio21 Avatar

        Indeed. I used to use Word translate, as to translate everything I wrote in Spanish from scratch was a daunting task. But the results were quite bad. So ChatGPT does save me time. PArticularly on sentence structure, grammar. What I do mostly is change words. Substitute one word by another, more to my style. And some structure changes, but far less… Obviously my Spanish texts are now “inside” ChatGPT, but you can’t have your cake and eat it, can you?

      2. Image Earth Travel Avatar

        That’s so impressive Brian. But surely, your wife being Colombian can help with translations. 😉
        This is the way ChaptGPT learns and will become much more powerful in the next couple of years. A little of the Google philosophy.

      3. equinoxio21 Avatar

        I can translate. No prob. I’ve been translating French English and Spanish for half a century now… OMG. The issue is just that if I translate a 4,000 word Spanish text, it’s like re-writing it again, which I don’t want to. So the translator is just a shortcut. Instead of spending a week, I spend a coupla days, like I said, change a word here. An adjective there. Re-phrase a bit.
        And yes, putting my texts into the system, gives them power. But, anyway, your posts (and mine) are already inside ChatGPT. They don’t ask for permission do they?

      4. Image Earth Travel Avatar

        I can fully understand the translation front. I don’t agree when authors ask ChatGPT to write everything from scratch and this is passed up as their own work.
        Very true and like all other social media. 🙁

      5. equinoxio21 Avatar

        Absolutely agree with you. I remember the American system of writing papers as assignments. The time spent in the library, looking for references and thought. Then painstakingly building a text supported by quotes, duly identified…

      6. Image Earth Travel Avatar

        Writing papers as assignments and also collating all the bibliographies – joy! But now with ChatGPT, it may be harder to identify plagiarism in uni papers.

      7. equinoxio21 Avatar

        It was great. I loved it. Very different from the French system.
        My wife is a researcher at the U. They have programmes that “read” every paper or thesis. So do the journals. I hope the programmes have upgraded to include the ChatGPT possibility…

      8. Image Earth Travel Avatar

        I didn’t find uni enjoyable but it’s probably due to doing this later in life and whilst working full time.
        This may sound condescending but the students that graduated didn’t really want to be in a Masters course – I get that but why sign up – and wanted others to do their work (aka me, being the eldest in classes). I particularly didn’t like when we were grouped in teams to do assignments and team members slacked off and brought the team down. See the similarities… 😉

      9. equinoxio21 Avatar

        I can understand.
        I loathed team assignments. Always a lot of slackers. (Lazy)

      10. Image Earth Travel Avatar

        We also say slackers and painful!

      11. equinoxio21 Avatar

        Pain in the… back?

      12. Image Earth Travel Avatar

        Ha, ha, indeed!

  3. 100 Country Trek Avatar

    Thanks for sharing this amazing butterfly Anita

    1. Image Earth Travel Avatar

      Thank you, Anita, and happy you like this photo from Thailand.
      For some reason WP threw your comment in my spam folder – weird.

  4. Yetismith Avatar

    I cannot identify but it’s very beautiful. The plant resembles our burnweed which is white, however. Great photograph!

    1. Image Earth Travel Avatar

      Thank you, Carolyn!
      I have no idea what type of butterfly this is but I took this shot in Mae Salong, Thailand as thought the butterfly against the green backdrop was pretty.

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