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Viparous Lizard

By daffydill56
Viparous Lizard

Found this lady whilst on a recent bug hunt. She as you will see from V2 is expecting, and the male, V3 sits in waiting Smile

Didn't expect to find these, but they were a pleasant surprise, and make a change from insects.

Thanks for your support, comments and clicks on previous uploads.

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Tags: Wildlife Nature Reptile Common lizard Wildlife and nature Viparous

Voters: Shroomer, User_Removed, MalcolmS and 43 more

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Shroomer 11 14 167 England
16 Jun 2008 6:44PM
Fantastic set of images, they always run from me.
Great captures

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MalcolmS Plus
12 1.2k 13 England
16 Jun 2008 6:48PM
Good set of varied images Fran. Great details

FeatherFriend 10 38 217 England
16 Jun 2008 6:51PM
Captured well.
GalleryGirl 10 4 2 United Kingdom
16 Jun 2008 6:54PM
Superb capture.
Marilyn x
Newtman 12 2 5
16 Jun 2008 7:07PM
Great set of images, Fran. Well captured.
Maiwand 11 3 73 England
16 Jun 2008 7:11PM
Very nice indeed Fran. An excellent capture. Got a job to even see them nowadays let alone get the picture. Spot on.
chrisco 12 59 3 United Kingdom
16 Jun 2008 7:29PM
great shot,spot on with the focus!,nice work Smile
16 Jun 2008 7:57PM
Great set of images Fran, certainly grabbed the detail.
bayleaf 10 8 United Kingdom
16 Jun 2008 8:27PM
This is super.

photophantom 10 108 3 Philippines
16 Jun 2008 8:27PM
Great details. We called that "Bubuli" here.
bunbeam 12 2 United Kingdom
16 Jun 2008 11:32PM
amazing shots, what a beauty
goso 11 2 1 Australia
17 Jun 2008 5:59AM
Three lovely captures Fran.......Bill
daffydill56 14 190 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2008 6:54AM
Thanks everyone for your much appreciated c & c's.

17 Jun 2008 8:01AM
Cracking shots

Mavis Plus
16 143 2 England
17 Jun 2008 9:23AM
Pardon my ignorance Fran but these pop about in the UK do they Smile ? A fine capture xx
Julian 13 76 3 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2008 10:37AM
Nice shot.
Doing well with the 40D???
daffydill56 14 190 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2008 10:56AM
Thanks Jon,Mavis and Julian for your comments.

Mavis, they are a British species yes and are quite common.

Julian, it is a big improvement on my 20D with lot's more helpful features. I am lovin'it Smile

Paddy 15 254 8 England
17 Jun 2008 12:13PM
Fran no poppies but look what you did find, wonderful images ... the 2nd looks like shes had a good meal ... Smile)P
Marian 12 62 England
18 Jun 2008 3:01PM
The close up is really nice, showing all the wonderful details, but I also enjoyed seeing the whole of the lizard as well.
18 Jun 2008 7:04PM
3 Very good images the detail on v1 is spot on.
adderman 12 8 1
23 Jun 2008 11:10PM
Hi Fran, i think I like V3 the most albeit a little short on DOF where the tail is concerned. Need to be at least about F11 or more with these little ones and keep your distance a little to allow the DOF field to work for you. thanks for sharing.

daffydill56 14 190 United Kingdom
24 Jun 2008 6:22AM
Thanks everyone for your kind comments, and to Brett for being very helpful with your advice re: dof.


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