30 Minutes in the Life: August 2018

I have recently taken to photographing lizards, big and small, While out on my walk out the other day, I was mentally thinking I was a little disappointed that I had not come across any Iguana.  Iguana are illegal aliens apparently to South Florida.  To my mind they are incredibly beautiful lizards however, they do breed copiously and are inclined to take over.  However, I was lucky enough to come across one along with a few other varieties of the lizard family.

So here are my takes for this month.

Brown Anole   (I love it when they get all puffy and blow out their flap to try and intimidate you).

Morikami Japanes Gardens &  Museum: August 10, 2018: 7854

Morikami Japanes Gardens &  Museum: August 10, 2018: 7862

 

Northern Curly Tailed Lizard  (I do love these chubby lizards.  We have a few in the garden but one in particular that lives in the rainwater down pipe from the roof.  You will often find it sunning itself on the driveway.  Get to close and he is off to the down pipe).

Morikami Japanes Gardens &  Museum: August 10, 2018: 8047

Morikami Japanes Gardens &  Museum: August 10, 2018: 8051

 

Green Anole (I think) This was quite and interesting looking lizard and a first for me.  I probably would have walked passed it if people had not stopped to look at it).

Morikami Japanes Gardens &  Museum: August 10, 2018: 7893

Morikami Japanes Gardens &  Museum: August 10, 2018: 7895

 

Northern Curly Tailed Lizard (I came across another one of these cubby little lizards.  This one was not afraid of me and just kept it’s eye on my to make sure I did not get too close.  The joys of a zoom lens)

Morikami Japanes Gardens &  Museum: August 10, 2018: 8119

Morikami Japanes Gardens &  Museum: August 10, 2018: 8122

Morikami Japanes Gardens &  Museum: August 10, 2018: 8124

Morikami Japanes Gardens &  Museum: August 10, 2018:  8128

 

Green Iguana (Last but definitely a favorite of mine.  They vary in size going from small to pretty big.  They are herbivores.  They originate from central South America and from the Carribbean.  However, they pretty much populate South Florida as well.  They love warm climates and do not do well when we get extended cold weather.  They have been know to freeze and fall off the branches they are perched on.  We used to have one living on our back deck, but it disappeared on cold winter.  They also wiggle their flap when you get to close.

Morikami Japanes Gardens &  Museum: August 10, 2018: 7987

Morikami Japanes Gardens &  Museum: August 10, 2018:  7990

Morikami Japanes Gardens &  Museum: August 10, 2018:  7992

Morikami Japanes Gardens &  Museum: August 10, 2018: 8005

Morikami Japanes Gardens &  Museum: August 10, 2018:  8023

Morikami Japanes Gardens &  Museum: August 10, 2018:  8030

Morikami Japanes Gardens &  Museum: August 10, 2018:  8036

Thank you for joining me for this month’s 30 Minutes in Life.  For the rest of the blog group, please take time to visit my friend and fellow blogger  Liz Godfrey Photography and see what she has for you this month.   Keep following the circle of photographers to see what the other photographers, from the US and around the world,  have shared this month. Don’t forget to leave a little love on their pages.

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