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Common Lizard 2

By Chrism8  
Common Lizard

This is the un-cropped version of yesterdays upload showing how small these critters are, approx. 50mm from nose to tail and how well they blend into the undergrowth, its usually the movement that makes us spot them, if they stayed still, they'd be pretty much invisible

Pentax K1
ISO 200
Exp 1/320th second @ F6.3
Pentax 150 450 F4.5 / F5.6

Comments and suggestions very welcome please.

Many Thanks for the C & Cs on my previous upload

Tags: Forest of dean Common lizard Wildlife and nature

Voters: ddolfelin, Chinga, bobpaige1 and 13 more

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Chinga Plus
9 3 1 United Kingdom
24 Apr 2018 11:06AM
Excellent capture, beautiful subject.
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RLF Plus
9 18 4 United Kingdom
24 Apr 2018 12:12PM
Super shot indeed.
Was this in the wild?
Chrism8 13 936 26 England
24 Apr 2018 12:19PM
Hi Rob,

Yes, totally wild, in the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire, I was on the hunt for Adders, the common lizard being one of their fav meals


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