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4/10/16

Spring Fling

 
If you're not familiar with mating anoles...
 
 
 
  It's actually pretty vicious and goes on for about 15 minutes.
 
Can't wait to see the babies running around this summer, tho!
 
 
 
Supporting these fine linkies:
  Wordless Wednesday
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31 comments:

Tamar SB said...

Well, now I may have seen everything...

Klara said...

ha,ha, we picked the same theme this week - love :-)

NC Sue said...

I must admit they don't make it LOOK like lots of fun!
Thanks for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/04/the-many-faces-of-louie.html

abrianna said...

What a great find!

carol l mckenna said...

What a great photo!

Wishing you a Happy Week ~ ^_^

Chandra@GreenComotion said...

Love indeed, does not matter how different from our own experience/expectation :)
Very nice photo share!
Have a Happy Day!
Peace :)

Christian Weiß said...

They enjoy the sun, great photo.

Nora said...

A great photo, it seems that in wildlife mating is not all that much pleasure.

colleen said...

I like the whole composition, light and stripes with them taking center stage.

Kalantikan said...

I haven't seen mating reptiles here yet, maybe just because there are lots of things to watch. Tha'ts a lovely color for the male.

Lr Jamison said...

Oh my! 😄😄

Lr Jamison said...

Oh my! 😄😄

Buckeroomama said...

Haha, great capture!

(Why is it that the males always have prettier colors than the females?!)

Beth F said...

Great capture!

Printables forMom said...

We used to have those all over our house in AZ. I haven't seen a single one since moving, though. Great photo!

Neesie said...

Well that's a first for me Dina,
I have to admit I've never seen this before... or in fact anoles!
I've lived with ghekkos... if that counts?
Thanks for sharing, although I'm not so sure that they'd be pleased if they knew that their little 'shananakins' has gone global!

likeschocolate said...

Are these your pets or just wild. We only get the tiny little lizards up here in cumming!

jandi said...

Very apt title! Nice capture!

Ramona said...

Omg, my little girl was here while I was staring at the picture. LOL

I love love love all types of lizards. <3

Susan Anderson said...

Wow. Who knew?

;)

CountryMouse said...

Now that was an interesting post. Hopefully there are plenty of babies around soon.

Optimistic Existentialist said...

They definitely seem to have a healthy relationship ;)

kid can doodle said...

I always feel a bit like a voyeur when I witness things like that!

Ruth Rieckehoff said...

I saw the thumbnail on the link party and I though "It cannot be." Well, I clicked the link and guess what? It can be.

Coombe Mill said...

Nothing quite like being caught in the act. It does look quite an uncomfortable position let's hope they get their babies!

OneDad3Girls said...

They look so sweet at this point, at least it was in the sunshine.

Thank you for linking up

Anne Stone said...

Well, no I've never seen them mate, there is always a first time! I bet it will be lovely seeing all the babies though.

Bear and Cardigan said...

Love the shadows and the splash of colour #MySundayPhoto

pixiedusk said...

I love the colours! I can only imagine how lovely their babies would be =) #MySundayPhoto

Kim said...

That green guy does have a strangely vicious glint in his eye. They are such fun little lizards, though.

Sherry Mackay said...

Very interesting!