63 stitches?! I had forgotten about those little lizard-y things at my mother-in-law's home (Deltona FL), but now I remember. Yeech. No iguanas for me!
Nicely camoflauged in the first one! Only noticeable in the second with the rear shot! Nice Catch!- Pixellicious Photos
They are cute - never seen them in wild! Amazing photos Jacob. I wonder If I rally liked them living in my garden - aren't they a bit dangerous?Have a great day!
Hi Jacob,heye, this is almost like photography of birds. As sonn as you are ready they are gone! I love the first shot, it is splendid! I'd like to have big guys around like this... Are you turning nature photographer :-)
They are really beautiful but perhaps feeding them is not the best idea.
Wonderful Jacob!Yesterday Cezar and I was enjoying that old ( or not so...) movie "Jurassic park"! Can you imagine this adorable green friend very huge!?Cool and interesting. More interesting because I could never imagine this iguana enjoying strawberries! I think he is very clever! :)Yummy!I love strawberries!Léia
@ Chris - Nah...it's not in my nature to be a nature photographer! If I could shoot like you do, I'd consider it, but I'm lucky to shoot myself in the foot!
When you walk down the sidewalks, do you strike a conversation with them as you seem to do with parrots? The first photo is a great camouflage operation. Super!
@ Ciel - Nah...if you run into them on the sidewalk they skedaddle! And like most everybody else, they don't what to hear what I've got to say. They're very good at camouflage...they run for the trees and once they get up in the branches they turn brown and are almost impossible to spot!
I love theese green fellows!
Oh the first picture is so great camouflage!Wonderful work and attention to bites ...:-)
I'm suppose to be commenting on a mono prompt..these are cool. Are these guys camera shy? Neat post-
Cool photos!! I think I'd pass on feeding them. 63 stitches!!
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