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The name of this lizard escapes me for the moment but it will come back he had a favourite hiding place and I wasnt able to get the whole body but he's rather grand I just hope you like him.
Many thanks for all c/c's on yesterdays upload I am most grateful
Its an Iguana
V3 shows the dragon in his natural habitat.
Well captured, Ann, he looks a fearsome beast . Carol
Nicely done Ann, but signs of noise. Always a difficult subject in artificial light. Looks like a type of Iguana.
Caught well Ann, but I doubt even a mother could love that face ...Bill
Personally, I think he's rather ugly, but then he probably would think the same of me.
Nicely shot. The exposure will have been difficult, I imagine, with all that white stone around him.
Love him or her Ann great capture, must go for V3 because V1 and V2 the crop is to severe, no room to look into.
V3 for me today. It's great!
V3 for me too Ann - not an easy picture to take
Super shot Ann, V3 is my choice, although I may have been inclined to edit out the diagonal line above its head
Quote: Nicely done Ann, but signs of noise. Always a difficult subject in artificial light. Looks like a type of Iguana.
thats it and I couldnt for the life of me think I think the noise is probably more to do with the heavy crop, its not noticeable in the V3
Quote: Super shot Ann, V3 is my choice, although I may have been inclined to edit out the diagonal line above its head
fair point Mike
A great set Ann - nearly as good looking as me!!!
Amazing creature, and beautifully captured with all that detail.
Sharp and crammed with details-- what a fancy creature!
A bit of a fearsome and not very pretty chap, but a super capture of him, Ann! Think I go for the wider views in V2 & V3
A unusual looking fellow. V3 for me, I like seeing a little more of him and looks like he lives near the water...........Sandy
V3 for me......nice set - handsome devil
Excellent detail. What a beast! Paul
Great closeups, Ann! I know I've seen that fellow in a Japanese monster movie!
V3 is my vote Ann. V1 and 2 are just a bit tight on the crop and it does cause an appearance of noise.
Going with V3 Ann, as that is some critter in the close up but the bigger image is for me here
well shot..was it through glass too?
Great shot Ann, V1 for me, contrary to previous comments I have no problems with noise (or graining as us lads used to call it). Maybe an easy criticism in the abscence of anything else.
Quote: was it through glass too?
not taken thro glass but my lens could have been steamed up
Lovely shots of this handsome fella, it reminds me of someone, my grandad in a bad mood
V3 for me Ann - - more detail and less noise.
V3 for me as well,...he looks friendlier in that one.
As said good overall exposure through the range.
View 3 for me today. Sylvia
All good images Ann, but I also like the last one best.
V3 is the best of this set, tremendous detail and textures in his scaly skin
Good set Ann, V3 for me,
A Gruesome site but well captured. Thanks for the comment on the African Lion. It was a great trip. Boyd
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