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walkaboutwest on August 10, 2007

Nice study in tans. Lizards seldom stay still for a portrait. Great shot!

Marilyn Whiteley on August 10, 2007

Thanks, Eve. As you well know, photographing animals it's especially nice if you can get the gleam in their eye. But lots of times you just can't, and this is a case in point.

Ryan Calhoun on August 10, 2007

Wonderful shot, Marilyn. I love how even this small guy can cast a long shadow in the right light. Those rocks do look warm and inviting... very pretty!

Marilyn Whiteley on August 10, 2007

Thanks, Ryan. Here I'm quite happy with the "pretty" label!

©junebug on August 10, 2007

I agree with Eve and Ryan, this is a very good shot and you were lucky being able to take his picture. Whenever I tried to photograph a lizard he disappeared immediately. No chance for a photo. I like your grasshopper photo too, Marilyn. Cheers, Anne

Marilyn Whiteley on August 10, 2007

Yes, Anne, I was lucky. With the grasshopper, luck was helped by a powerful zoom. The camera I got last February is not an SLR, but it has an 18x optical zoom which I enjoy very much. The grasshopper definitely did not want anyone nearby! (I had a 10x when I took the lizard.) Cheers, Marilyn

Margrit M. Berger (S… on August 23, 2007

I like this picture, Marilyn! The stone, polished by waters and the lizard, perfectly camouflaged, enjoying the sun, on the alert to disappear at the slightest sound or movement. Great shot! Cheers, May

Marilyn Whiteley on August 23, 2007

Thanks, May (and did I forget to thank you, Ainars? sorry). This is a time when I would have been adventurous and hiked down into a canyon, but my aging knees wouldn't allow it! (My husband, son, and daughter-in-law did.) But I was rewarded by the appearance of this lizard instead!

Margrit M. Berger (S… on August 24, 2007

Oh, I think you are very adventurous, Marilyn! You have travelled in so many different places all over the world. And you have done well not to go down to the canyon, or you wouldn't have got this lovely photo. May

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  • Uploaded on August 10, 2007
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Marilyn Whiteley
    • Taken on 2006/06/19 09:00:05
    • Exposure: 0.002s (1/500)
    • Focal Length: 63.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/4.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO64
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash