So cool! She's a beauty.
I can't believe you got this shot! Nice work!
Every season we get one in the house and I try to rescue it before the cat sees it.
How cool that she comes back to visit every once in a while.
How lovely to have your very own 'Lizzy'. Hope you have a wonderful week.
Beautiful creature! Have a lovely week!
Great photo! : )
Lovely little Lizzie Lizard!Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/05/american-tobacco-campus-durham-nc.html
Hello, Lizzie is a good name for your lizard. Cute shot! Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!
Great shot of Lizzie ~ sweet ~ and pretty floral background~Happy Week to you ~ ^_^
The lizard blends and camouflages very well.
I can appreciate the 'lizzies' of the world through photos, but won't want one anywhere near my plants.
Lizzie's pretty cute!=)
That is awesome. I love that you have seen her mating more than once. Very cool capture!:-)Traci
Never seen one of these! Have a great week!
She's cool!!! Great snap!!
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.
A great shot - and she is so well camouflaged!
It looks like it is a lizard week for you and I! This is a beautiful capture - she is a wonderful colour :)
She looks so camouflage on the leaf there. Wonderful photo
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
How awesome that you recognise Lizzy. Great image too. She's quite well hidden among the plant. #MySundayPhoto
What a fabulous visitor, great photo x
What a great thing to see in the tree, we only get antsThank you for linking up
Shes always so photogenic! #mysundayphoto
Oh, I do love lizards! She looks very entertaining. #MySundayPhoto
We love those little guys and girls! Great capture of her going for dinner!
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!
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 :)
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