Self-possessed iguana

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Marilyn Whiteley on August 29, 2007

I don't usually photograph animals in captivity, but who could resist a pose like that? (This guy calls an Eco Park home.)

©junebug on August 29, 2007

Beautiful picture, Marilyn. I don't like to photograph captive animals either but this guy is posing for you...Greetings, Anne

Wim de Vries on August 29, 2007

Great photo Marilyn! Have a great vacation.

Greetings, Wim

Tamás Borbély on August 29, 2007

Excellent photo,Marilyn!Congratulation,Tamás

©polytropos on August 29, 2007

At the end of the branch he seems to think: And now, what?

Great catch.

♫ Swissmay on August 29, 2007

It's great, Marilyn!

LOL, Polytropos, I like your sense of humour!

Epi F.Villanueva on August 29, 2007

Hola Marilyn, MAGNIFICA. Epi

Marilyn Whiteley on August 29, 2007

Thanks, all of you. Yes, he (or she?) did seem to be posing just for me--a pleasant memory of Fiji.

mogens13 on August 29, 2007

Great photo of a left-handed iguana "playing cello" !!! ???

©polytropos on August 29, 2007

:D mogens13

michael habla on August 30, 2007

sensationell. greets michael

©Würmer on August 31, 2007

Marilyn, "what a wonderful darling"... (I can read iguana's thoughts, and he was thinking exactly that ;-)

©Würmer on August 31, 2007

@mogens13, not for nothing do we call him "Big Smiles Polytropos" :D

©polytropos on September 2, 2007

Yes, of course. I mean, in fact, this is a selfportrait of me. :)

Marilyn Whiteley on September 3, 2007

Poor polytropos! because, as a children's song said some years ago, "It's not easy being green."

Marilyn

©polytropos on September 3, 2007

Marilyn: Don't worry, that's only my street sweeper uniform. Normally I prefer casual wear . :)

Marilyn Whiteley on September 4, 2007

Regarding the cello comment, I think those fingers were made for guitar instead!

Marilyn

mogens13 on September 4, 2007

Hi Marilyn!

You could be right, but then it has to shift hands..

©polytropos on September 4, 2007

Now, you can confess: the picture is mirror-inverted. :)

©Würmer on September 5, 2007

New title: Looking for Miss Piggy

...and, of course, I know Kermit is a frog (was? RIP Jim Henson). But, hey, Miss Piggy is an eyeful, and surely of interest to all Things Green (T)...

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