Garden Lizard

Face of a garden lizard

There was a very unusual feeling photographing this magnificent reptile. Somehow, we felt as if this garden lizard came from nowhere and posed specifically for us. It was paranormal. Did you notice, it's looking into the camera lens in all the shots!?

A garden lizard looking back

A garden lizard

57 comments :

  1. Looks like it liked posing:) Wonderful photos!

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  2. WOW!! great pics, Bhavesh!!! loved the first one!! looks like it had its eyes on you all the time!!!

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  3. wow! look at those scales! I love the first picture so much~

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  4. mummmmyyyyyyy!!! u kno wad m PETRIFIED of lizards...:O:O:O:(((( so i scrolled down pretty quickly!
    how did u manage these close shots??

    n ya relle sorri bein busie these days...so cudnt post the pics..
    i ll let ya kno wen i do it!
    cheerz!:)

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  5. Ooppssss.....
    He has very big EYES :-)
    He is lovely posing for you !!!!
    Unique shot ...

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  6. Its eyes are so very beautiful!!!
    Great shots man!

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  7. Sorry for scaring you Divsi. Getting these shots was quite based on luck. One minute, not luck! My wife spotted this lizard in a babul tree. It was just roaming in the collection of spines of the tree.

    No worries. I'll see your photography art when you publish it.

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  8. Hi Bhavesh,

    Thanks for visiting the Delhi blog and for your comment on Deepak's blog. :-)

    Hope to see you visiting Delhi blog again.

    The reptile looks ferocious and it sure seems like posing especially for your lens. Amazing photos.

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  9. Though I am very much scared of lizard more than that I feel irritating. You have taken nice pictures. Brilliant shot.

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  10. Beautiful lizard images! His eyes look so clear, I imagine seeing your camera in the reflection.

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  11. Not so easy to get the light in lizard's eyes! Nice.

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  12. All of these are superb, but that first photo is stunning! He's got his eye on you, for sure!

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  13. I didn't realize they were so colorful. Really cool.

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  14. Leapin' Lizards! What incredible photographs. I think the lizard is shedding its skin and will soon be quite sleek and shiny again.

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  15. He is a very cooperative subject. Great photo of a beautiful reptile!

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  16. Love the close-up. Great shot.

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  17. Very cute, my granddaughter just bought a bearded dragon, it is supposed to get 30 inches. He looks a lot like this one. Thank you for coming by and leaving a comment.

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  18. Dude, your images deserve a place in National Geographic Magazine.

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  19. Ye're right Olde Dame Penniwig!

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  20. I'd love to see his photos Mrs Cloud

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  21. I can just hope I'll reach the National Geographic Magazine one day. Thanks for believing Deepak [exposemaximum].

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  22. superbe portrait, la premiere photo est magnifique

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  23. Wonderful shots. The details are captured very well.

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  24. Beautiful photographs! It looks so long! The first one is superb!

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  25. Amazing! Photos of this style make me to dream of the nature. Good dreams and good photos.

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  26. Great pictures! It does seem to be leading you somewhere.

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  27. Thanks to you, I now know lizards have big brown eyes.

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  28. Wow! Great photos! Thanks for stopping by!

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  29. awesome shots! i like how you captured its clarity.

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  30. Thank you so much for visiting my blog! You must have known what a fan I am of India and all things Indian. I was to have been there now for my second trip in 12 years but my 85-year-old mother became ill in Georgia, 2500 miles from my San Francisco home and I had to spend three weeks there which disrupted my travel plans. I hope to get to Mumbai in Jan or Feb.

    Incredible photography!!! I will follow your blog with great pleasure.

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  31. Oh no..this is too funny! Maybe you could tell me a little about your lizard as far as capturing him/them in a shoot? I'm curious because I'm about to post something in regard to these neat creatures!

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  32. Hi there,

    WOW! Beautiful pictures! This little fellow is so cute-:)

    Thank you for your kind comments on my blog-:)

    Best regards
    Asta

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  33. A very photogenic lizard, fancy that!

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  34. Thank you so muuch for passing by my blog.
    I loved your pics. They are amazing!
    Your blog is just creative!
    Have a great time!
    All the best,

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  35. Seeing these animals I always have great respect ...
    Magnificent series!

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  36. These are great shots. I'm always snapping photos of lizards and other things but none so close as this. Great work!

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  37. Thanks for stopping by (PASTRY WORLD OF IMAGINATION) and for your feedback
    Greetings

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  38. He's adorable ~ definitely looks like he's putting on a show for you. Beautiful photos. {And thanks for dropping in!}

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  39. Hey Carmen [RNSANE],

    I didn't know that you're a great fan of India! Sad to know that your mom was not well and you could not visit India. I hope she's doing good now!!!

    India is indeed a wonder. I see you're coming here in Jan/Feb. My brother-in-law conducts very rare tours of India. If you'd like to see his incredible visits, see his blog. See his business website also.

    I'm gonna hire him for my Rajasthan [the largest, and the most beautiful state of India] tour in 2 weeks :) I'm very excited about the tour.

    Enjoy!

    Regards,
    Bhavesh Chhatbar

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  40. This really very funny Kilauea!

    Actually, I didn't take much pain in shooting this beauty. As it was shedding skin, perhaps it became slow in movements, and allowed me to shoot with comfort. I'm looking forward to your post!!

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  41. Splendid, bravo Bhavesh !

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  42. Thenkiu for your visit. I like su place. I'l folow you. Sorry for my Ingles.

    Saludos cordiales.

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  43. No problem Pluma. I understand :)

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  44. Mysterious and inscrutable creatures, lizards!

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  45. Hi, so beautiful photos ! Thank you for your visit and kind words. I hope you come back. A big hug.

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  46. HI BHAVESH,
    I have been travelling in the East - MALASIA for a month and only today i came to see my favourite blogs........I loveyour pictures the LIZRD is cute.. I took a photo of a water-lizrd in BORNEO, very soon I shall post my text and pictures from BORNEO,
    CIAO,HELENA

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  47. I'm so looking forward to your new post Helena. It would be great to experience your experience in Malaysia, Borneo, etc.

    Ciao, Bhavesh

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