At Red Bug Lake Park, I came across a very interesting looking lizard on a tree trunk. I took a couple shots and then tried to re-position myself to get a better angle. But as I did so, the lizard took off. This normally disappoints me; I had seen a shot but then was unable to get it. It's why I normally shoot first and re-position myself later. But this time the lizard grabbed some ugly bug and came back to the tree to eat it. So this time, I got to move to a better spot, and the lizard got its bug--we're all winners. Well, except for the bug, but if you ask me, it had it coming. I mean, it's one ugly bug.
You certainly captured the action perfectly and so crystal clear.ReplyDelete
Nicely done, Scott.
Something must've been buggin' the lizard. Neat shots Scott.ReplyDelete
great shots. I'm sure the bug's mother thinks it's (oops, it WAS) the cutest thing in the world. Beauty is in the eye blah blah blah. =) WONderful lizard shots. Do you know what species it is?ReplyDelete
Yesterday gardening I came across a HUGE earthworm (fat as my pinky) and tho' I'm a biologist, I was a little startled/grossed out, and BLAM! My chicken ate it in a FLASH.
Love that girl. SHE was VERY happy to see said worm, and I'm sure it's contributing to the beauty of her glossy plumage today. =)
Thanks! I'm guessing it's a Cuban Brown Anole, but I can't say for sure. I suppose beauty is in the eye of the beholder :-)Delete