Lizards, snakes, toads, frogs, turtles and other reptiles & amphibians

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Not as good as Ken C but was hand held and jpeg no pp just minor crop
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Trying to get a different look

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the grass snake
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poetsie

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a sand lizard
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I've been running over to this pond in the afternoon during my work-at-home lunch break. I really need to go when there's enough time to sit quietly in a good location and let them come out. These things see me coming from a mile away and slip into the water long before I can get close. I end up shooting through brush and branches.

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BJC1982

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Here are a few pictures of some baby chameleons that are about a day old. Their mother has lived in our greenhouse for several months. We noticed she was getting fat and thought that it was due to her eating so well - since our pest problem decreased as her tummy increased. We were very surprised to find her much slimmer yesterday afternoon and these little ones moving all about. There were a total of nine baby chameleons.

All of the photos were taken with E-pl 5, Oly 45mm 1.8, and DCR-150 (handheld)
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As the weather improves, I'm hoping I'll see many more of these! Come on summer!
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