The butterfly counts not months, but moments, and has time enough. - Rabindranath Tagore
OoooH! Quite close.
Beautiful shots. The second one is my favorite - nice lines and colors. Nicely done!Donna
Wow - good shots!
Strange looking lil' creatures...hard to photograph...nicely done!
How handsome! I could learn a lot about color gradation from this creature.
Lovely shots. At first I thought it was an oddly shaped gardener snake, but then I saw the legs. Cool critter.Happy WW!
Thank you very much for your kind words on my blog today.You have lovely photos too, a little more texture in yours than mine :pAlso I am loving your herb garden It is definitely a good way to go :D
eeeee! Shivers up my spine!
Now THAT is a lizard with fashion sense.
Michelle not what I expected when I saw your blog title ;o) beautiful markings, happy WW, Frances
Looks like it was moving pretty quickly. Aren't they hard to photograph when they are moving into sunlight then shade? The blue tail is wild.
Beautiful creature, lovely markings.
He is very pretty. We have them here.
Very, very, cool!
Nice shots! Never seen this before...thanks for sharing ;)
Such amazing colors! The second shot is my favorite, too--I love the way its tail is so casually draped.
@Indrani I had to zoom. If I had really gotten that close he would be gone.
@alwaysbackroads Thanks, Donna. I have a lot of these roaming around the garden. The colors always catch my eye.
@elaine rickett Thanks, Elaine. I had been trying for a while and finally got a few shots.
@gtyyup They are a bit difficult to photograph...glad I finally got them.
@Margaret Almon Nature has such a way of showing us colors and textures. I am always intrigued.
@Aerie-el It is a skink...quite common around here.
@Jo Thanks, Jo. And thanks for taking a peek.
@KnightMare Thanks, KnightMare. The basil has doubled in size now...guess I better get to making some pesto.
@Hanni Aw-w...they are very small...quite harmless.
@linniew LOL...they do know how to flaunt it.
@Island Threads Frances, thank for stopping by and greeting the skink.
@Roberta He was not easy to photograph. I am surprised I got him.
@Bridget Thanks, Bridget. Their colors really add to the landscape, I think.
@Lola Hi Lola. They are in my cottage garden, by my patio, and in the veggie garden.
@Cat Isn't he? Thanks for stopping by.
@Orchid de dangau Thanks, Orchid. I am glad you liked it!
@Stacy They swish their tail back and forth sometimes, and it ends up in these lovely curves.
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