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Brett Hondow

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Brown Anole.jpg

A brown anole that peeked its head through a clump of pine needles. These guys are an invasive species that will eat other lizards, including green anoles.

Exif Data

NIKON D5300

Aperture
f/16.0
Exposure
1/200
ISO
100
Flash
13
  • Image type: image/jpeg
  • Exposure: 1/200
  • Resolution: 96/1
  • Created: 22nd April 2017
  • Uploaded: 2nd July 2018
  • Category: None
  • Views: 24
  • Likes: 14



  • lili255
    1 year ago
    Great shot
  • sorin bucur
    1 year ago
    magnificent..
  • Marius Radu
    1 year ago
    A true predator from what you're saying. Nice details.
    • Brett Hondow
      1 year ago
      Thank you Marius, yes they are indeed. :)
  • ButchReinhart
    • Seller
    1 year ago
    Great photo. Beautiful detail.
  • MarkChinn
    1 year ago
    Nice close up. Yes it's too bad the green anoles are disappearing. It's rare that I see one these days, but there are millions of these brown ones. :-( I did manage to capture a green one with a bee in its mouth. Ouch! https://www.clickasnap.com/i/d21kxgmeftw7awuh?album=12789

    • Brett Hondow
      1 year ago
      Thanks Mark, yep I find the brown ones are outnumbering the greens a bit. At work there is a large brown one that has made its home on the wall outside the receiving door. From the bugs that gather there at night I'd say it is well-fed. :)
  • Ramonet Photography
    1 year ago
    Nice capture sir!!!:-)