Now I really really envy you.!.. not only you have oleanders, hibiscus, beaches, etc. and bananas, but your own lizards too….It is strange, you know, because I remember plenty of lizards in northern Italy but I never had any anywhere in the U.S. not in any of the places where I lived – in Arizona I never saw the horny toad that is said to live there. In California though I had salamanders in my garden. I would find one every now and then, and left it alone.
🙂 Even though I have been here a decade, taking pictures makes it all seem new to me somehow. Living on the edge of the tropics is a blessing, I have come to love it. And the lizards skittering everywhere is like having pets without the upkeep!
Oh, and you mentioned the mangroves – there is a site you should check out – mangroveexplorer.wordpress.com It’s a cool site, but I must admit I’m biased because it is my sweeties page 😉 Lots of pics of mangroves, flowers and stuff from the wilder parts of our area.
hey, thanks, I’ll go visit. I so miss being away from the sea! I never thought that I would end up “landlocked, but it was a necessity not a choice…
Such camouflage! My father used to take a “find the chameleon” photo each year when we spent spring vacation off the coast of southern Georgia. This photo is such a great example of that blending in with the environment.
That is a cool idea – I love their markings and they are all different. I think the lizards are the ‘where’s waldo’ in my pics. If you know where to look you can find them in a lot of my images – blending in to the background.
Very nice shot! I thought it’s a butterly at the first look 🙂
It blends in well 🙂 Thanks!!
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