Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Quest for Pineapple - Wordless Wednesday







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©Michelle A. Potter

64 comments:

  1. I have a blue one that lives on my porch. Wonder if he'd like pineapple. All I can think of is the Gieco commercials when I see this.

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  2. I have a lot of these little fellows. Sometimes they a be quite funny.

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  3. I absolutely adore geckos and this one is just adorable!

    Sky

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  4. Michelle it's charming, I didn't realise they are so small, so sweet, Frances

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  5. Lots of lizards out there in the garden but not ours that we have ever seen. we have lots of snakes though...at least he has good taste and is adorable...is he offering 15% off on my car insurance too!!

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  6. Looks like a tough climb, but he is awfully cute.

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  7. Hilarious! I love the geckos...they are so funny to watch! Great captures!

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  8. He's so adorable! We don't have geckos or any kind of lizards here in the Midwest, so I'm always intrigued by them when I visit my daughter in Arizona. I hope he managed to get a taste of the pineapple!

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  9. What a great sequence of photos. We have no geckos here (too cold!) so I can only admire across the internet.

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  10. How fun! Thanks for sharing these. :)

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  11. @colleen I was surprised as well to discover how good a gecko they made...really looks very much like them.

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  12. @Lola They are funny. You can't see it in the photo, but he was actually licking the container.

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  13. @thegardenilivein He was so small...about the size of my pinky. He was adorable!

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  14. @Jennifer Zuri Thanks, Jennifer. We were lucky to get them.

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  15. @Indrani He obviously was hungry. We were not far away.

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  16. @Ashlee I do as well, but geckos must be one of the cutest.

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  17. @Bernie I wanted to take him home with me...he was so cute.

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  18. @Cafe au lait We were very lucky to get them. He crawled up on the table often to try to find some little tidbit.

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  19. @Donna This was shot in Hawaii on our hotel balcony last year. I wish we did have such cuties here. I didn't ask him about the car insurance...darn it...he was just so cute!

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  20. @gardenwalkgardentalk.com I don't really know how he got up there. I think there 'toes' can stick to anything.

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  21. @Karin / Southern Meadows This one was especially adorable. We couldn't resist. I am very glad we got these shots to remember...

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  22. @Bridget Thanks, Bridget. He had been up on the table several times before we got these shots.

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  23. @Cinnamon owl Isn't he? I wish I could have held him...but he was very quick.

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  24. @Rose We don't either. This was taken in Hawaii. I wouldn't mind having them here.

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  25. @Gardening Escapades You know, I forgot to ask...darn it. He mesmerized me with his cuteness.

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  26. @Marguerite I will treasure these photos. We also have a short film of him climbing up the container, licking all the while.

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  27. @Jo He was too cute not to share. He did get some pineapple and some chips...we couldn't resist.

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  28. I love how an ordinary deli container of pineapple looks monumental in this shot!

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  29. You are so lucky having lizards to photograph. Ones over here are a duller shade of brown and don't come out to say "hello" very often. Along with frogs my favourite creatures.

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  30. @Margaret Almon He was really that small...so tiny....so cute.

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  31. @Cathy and Steve He was so cute, we had to get out the camera.

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  32. @Janet We don't have these cuties here. I shot this on vacation in Hawaii last year. The skinks here can be pretty...

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  33. @Hanni Thanks, Hanni...and thanks for stopping by...

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  34. I never see reptiles here! That sure is a cute lizard! Did you give him a piece? Adorable!!

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  35. lol he knows where the food is at!

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  36. @Sian He does....he would come up everytime we had something to eat.

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  37. Wonderful! You sure didn't need words for this one! Did the little guy make the climb or did you give him the food before he attempted? What a fun post!

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  38. Aw, he's a cutie! Let him have a little piece!

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  39. I have a sudden hankering for pineapple. Yum, yum, this little guy has the right idea. Exquisite photos!

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  40. @PlantPostings He must have been accustomed to coming up on the table. We gave him some aferwards.

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  41. @Msrobin He was definitely irresistible...he got some later.

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  42. @gardenmad Thanks, gardenmad. He has good taste, doesn't he?

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  43. So cute !!! But did he get the pineapple?!

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  44. I first discovered one in Puerto Rico, I was sitting out on the porch on a swing chair, eating my chips and enjoying my from Puerto Rico only 'medalla' beer, and one of those swifty little buggers made a mad dash to right in betweetn the two staring back and forth wildly like do I chose the beer or the chips? beer or chips? and while the thouhgt was dancing in his silly head I hid both of them so far and so fast he stood there in shock! I wish I had the camera nearby at that moment, all my nieces and nephews were laughing their butts off!

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  45. @Tracy They are cute, aren't they? And they have the most adorable expressions!

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