Tuesday, August 2, 2011

The Colors of Summer - Wordless Wednesday






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©Michelle A. Potter

34 comments:

  1. Beautiful shots. The second one is my favorite - nice lines and colors. Nicely done!
    Donna

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  2. Strange looking lil' creatures...hard to photograph...nicely done!

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  3. How handsome! I could learn a lot about color gradation from this creature.

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  4. Lovely shots. At first I thought it was an oddly shaped gardener snake, but then I saw the legs. Cool critter.
    Happy WW!

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  5. 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 :p

    Also I am loving your herb garden It is definitely a good way to go :D

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  6. Now THAT is a lizard with fashion sense.

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  7. Michelle not what I expected when I saw your blog title ;o)
    beautiful markings, happy WW, Frances

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  8. 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.

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  9. Beautiful creature, lovely markings.

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  10. He is very pretty. We have them here.

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  11. Nice shots! Never seen this before...thanks for sharing ;)

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  12. Such amazing colors! The second shot is my favorite, too--I love the way its tail is so casually draped.

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  13. @Indrani I had to zoom. If I had really gotten that close he would be gone.

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  14. @alwaysbackroads Thanks, Donna. I have a lot of these roaming around the garden. The colors always catch my eye.

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  15. @elaine rickett Thanks, Elaine. I had been trying for a while and finally got a few shots.

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  16. @gtyyup They are a bit difficult to photograph...glad I finally got them.

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  17. @Margaret Almon Nature has such a way of showing us colors and textures. I am always intrigued.

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  18. @Aerie-el It is a skink...quite common around here.

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  19. @Jo Thanks, Jo. And thanks for taking a peek.

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  20. @KnightMare Thanks, KnightMare. The basil has doubled in size now...guess I better get to making some pesto.

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  21. @Hanni Aw-w...they are very small...quite harmless.

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  22. @Island Threads Frances, thank for stopping by and greeting the skink.

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  23. @Roberta He was not easy to photograph. I am surprised I got him.

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  24. @Bridget Thanks, Bridget. Their colors really add to the landscape, I think.

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  25. @Lola Hi Lola. They are in my cottage garden, by my patio, and in the veggie garden.

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  26. @Stacy They swish their tail back and forth sometimes, and it ends up in these lovely curves.

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