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5/22/16

You're Killin' It

 
 
This year, we named our "frequent visitor" Lizzy.  (I previously spied
her mating and know she's a she.)  And, we always recognize her by the
broken tip on her tail.  She visits my little lemon tree on the deck
multiple times each day...which my cats dearly love.

Here she is...moving in for the kill...


(In case you're curious, she's a Green Anole, common to Georgia.)
 
 
 
 
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31 comments:

Tamar SB said...

So cool! She's a beauty.

Lr Jamison said...

I can't believe you got this shot! Nice work!

Lr Jamison said...

I can't believe you got this shot! Nice work!

abrianna said...

Every season we get one in the house and I try to rescue it before the cat sees it.

Maria Gagliano said...

How cool that she comes back to visit every once in a while.

Margaret Adamson said...

How lovely to have your very own 'Lizzy'. Hope you have a wonderful week.

jandi said...

Beautiful creature! Have a lovely week!

Impulsive Artistry by Charles Wolf said...

Great photo! : )

NC Sue said...

Lovely little Lizzie Lizard!
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eileeninmd said...

Hello, Lizzie is a good name for your lizard. Cute shot!

Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

carol l mckenna said...

Great shot of Lizzie ~ sweet ~ and pretty floral background~

Happy Week to you ~ ^_^

Lady Fi said...

Sweet shot.

Rhonda Albom said...

The lizard blends and camouflages very well.

Buckeroomama said...

I can appreciate the 'lizzies' of the world through photos, but won't want one anywhere near my plants.

Susan Anderson said...

Lizzie's pretty cute!

=)

StarTraci said...

That is awesome. I love that you have seen her mating more than once. Very cool capture!
:-)
Traci

Kelleyn Rothaermel said...

Never seen one of these! Have a great week!

Kelly Kardos said...

She's cool!!! Great snap!!

Gina145 said...

I often come across some tiny geckos which live among my bonsai trees, but I've never met a lizard as colourful as this one. She's a beauty.

slouchingtowardsthatcham.com said...

A great shot - and she is so well camouflaged!

Victoria Welton said...

It looks like it is a lizard week for you and I! This is a beautiful capture - she is a wonderful colour :)

Coombe Mill said...

She looks so camouflage on the leaf there. Wonderful photo

Neesie said...

How brilliant to have such a visitor to your place Dina. She has fabulous colouring and perfectly camouflaged. This is the first Green Anole I've ever seen... so thank you for sharing ;D

john adams said...

How awesome that you recognise Lizzy. Great image too. She's quite well hidden among the plant. #MySundayPhoto

Cathy said...

What a fabulous visitor, great photo x

OneDad3Girls said...

What a great thing to see in the tree, we only get ants

Thank you for linking up

pixiedusk said...

Shes always so photogenic! #mysundayphoto

Lucy Dorrington said...

Oh, I do love lizards! She looks very entertaining. #MySundayPhoto

Kim said...

We love those little guys and girls! Great capture of her going for dinner!

Angela Gilmore said...

What an excellent shot! It took me a while to actually pick her out from the branch she's on. That's some serious camouflage!

bettyl-NZ said...

How great to have this little lady visit regularly! I don't remember seeing one like it in all the years I lived in GA. I did, however, find tiny black scorpions have a heck of a sting :)