- JohnTulip (35303)
- [2005-08-25 8:34]
All creaters great and small ( By James Hariot )
Nice subject and good compo
I find doing a macro not the easiest way but
you know all the tricks this photo tells me
Just to think there is a link wth this fellow
and dinosaurs ...
TFS Kat !
- chrisJ (55118)
- [2005-08-25 10:05]
Patience paid off, in what looks like a difficult shot. I like the V shape, of the lizard against the twig. Good work!
- muffled (248)
- [2005-08-25 10:12]
You are friend to all. Everyone loves a pal and you are one to everyone regardless of species. This little fellow looks like he is asking for your attention. A beautiful display of color and the joys of nature. Thanks for sharing it with us.
- chefcop (4795)
- [2005-08-25 13:52]
Great to have nature so near to hand Kat, Nicely composed picture shooting on the diagonal. Terrific work.
Excellent capture and well done on the composition.
I'm sure she will become your friend. too bad about the other.
talking about Lizzie, where is Nature Girl, Liz.?
Your friend Lizzie looks so good and so friendly! Tell her that I also love her! Very cute picture,Kathleen! Excellent composition! Great shot! Michel
- cloverstar (0)
- [2005-08-25 19:07]
You seem to be able to make friends so easily, even with one of God's smallest creatures. This is a great macro shot Kat, very well focused and sharp. The window screen makes a great backdrop because it has texture. I remember Elvira well, and the storm. Hope your new found friend will stay around some while. Would like to see more shots of Lizzie.
Nice macro, very sharp and clear. The diagonal shot worked very well. Good work.
Nice catch Kathleen! :))Beautiful compo, and a beautiful lizard. I like the DOF but was it a cage behind the lizzie that is seen like a moiré pattern ??
- sugah_bear69 (4362)
- [2005-08-26 17:17]
Great shot! She has such a sad look on her face, I hope your friendship will make her smile in the future...
- DavidJenkins (0)
- [2005-08-29 17:15]
Great macro, Kat - the simplicity makes it by allowing us to really focus on the subject. The tilt of the head and the somewhat sad expression are beautiful.
I like this photo, very nice. TFS!