On our short trip, last week-end, I took a shot of a very nice green-blue lizard.
Its name contains only ‘green’, but I would have called it green-blue, as its back is really green, but its stomach has a very intensive blue color (as you can see from the photo, too).
So I decided to publish a few more shots of it:
It had a very interesting head, and how bravely it looked towards the lens:
So beautiful! It wasn’t scared even a bit by the camera and the flash (which I dared to fire off once, trying to un-shadow some parts of its body:-)
Now, if you look at it a certain angle, and can imagine it bigger, a lot bigger…
…you’ll see a crocodile! :-)
I think I have met such a lizard for the first time. Maybe they are a rarer kind?
Here’s a ‘normal’ lizard, just for comparison:
We took a photo of it on the same walk on Sunday. In fact, both kinds of lizards were lying in the sun in the most peaceful of manners, less than 2 metres away from each other! :-)
Photos were taken with a Canon S5 IS, from around 1-1.5 m of distance.