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Here is one of my better frog shots from this summer. Image[/img][/url]

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Thanks for the gator comments!

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WOW,that gator(?) is great serenity!!!
I think its wondering what the camera would taste like...lol

He actually turned toward some other spectators. He turned away from the camera... must not have been tempting enough.

Before he turned away...
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The snake photos here are great

These are some recent ones from the last two weeks, I got a flash now :D

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Great collection, Techuser. I really love the third one!

I almost forgot that I had these lying around from my honeymoon... a very smart gecko on a wall in Italy - he hung around a street light that was near the building and got plenty of food from it.

Eying the very ignorant fly...
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And snacking on it...
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What you have there is Hemidactylus turcicus - the Mediterranean house gecko. It is by far the most common gecko species in the entire world and can also be found in the US.


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One of the first few pics taken with a Sony a350 that I recently bought second hand.

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Welcome to the forums, Distrait. What a nice shot to introduce yourself with. Very sharp, with a great angle. Hope to see more!

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Hello distrait, and welcome to the friendly Camera Labs forum!
To enjoy your stay here please have a look at the house-rules!
Great start. Hope to see you post more. Do you have a terrarium or are you shooting in the zoo?

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@serenity Thanks! I did do some PP sharpening and this isn't a 100% crop, the image was scaled down.

@Thomas Thank you, this picture was taken through the front glass of my friend's terrarium. The shallow DOF hides the dirty glass in front, I was pleasantly surprised with this one.


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