Lizzard from La Palma
- Argus (50626)
- [2006-11-04 5:55]
Fine capture of this lizard. Good POV and comp. I especially find the long toe on the hind foot fascinating, as well as the expression in the eye.
TFS, regards, Ivan
- vanderschelden (30441)
- [2006-11-04 6:36]
The big stuff...
Contrast is hard due to sunlight. Focus is a bit not-on-the-head..
That said..interesting pic. It must has taken an effort to get there and luck and patience to capture such an amazing animal.
Have a nice day
- osse (7805)
- [2006-11-04 7:59]
Nice shot. Good sharpnes and light
- fartash (5161)
- [2006-11-04 8:01]
Very nice shot of lizzard,
Good focusing and composition,
- uleko (10940)
- [2006-11-04 9:14]
Excellent sharp shot of this lizard in a very nice pose, you must have been very quick to capture it so well.
- JORAPAVI (4643)
- [2006-11-04 10:43]
Hola Maite, parece que te miraba de reojo, muy buen enfoque y excelentes texturas. Un cordial saludo
- Juyona (16891)
- [2006-11-04 15:18]
Felicidades Maite, y se ve que ese dia el sol era fuerte, pero en la Palma del frio al calor se pasa en un plis... buen disparo, y agradable este saurio. saludos
A lovely capture of this lizard.Excellent POV and DOF.The composition is very good.Well composed.I did a workshop to adjust the colours a little bit .I hope you like it.TFS
- jojo (176)
- [2006-11-05 2:59]
Belle capture de Lezard , beaux détails, belle présentation
- RAP (7405)
- [2006-11-05 7:49]
Una excelente captura Maite, a pesar de no resaltar por el colorido o la belleza del animal, el punto de vista captado, la demostración de lo árido del sitio volcánico y su buena nitidez ameritan su publicación.
Un cordial saludo... Ricardo
- Max (0)
- [2006-11-20 1:41]
cuadro agradable..i love watching reptile photographs but scared to click if too close to them.Way to go Maite!!
- meyerd (7531)
- [2007-01-12 5:23]
That's a goodie, Maite!
Gallotia is not often seen in pics, and you presented it well even the blue dots are there. Thank you for showing us.
You know that the animal is interesting to biologists, because: the island form of the Lizard is bigger than the mainland form. Why is this so? On other islands (Galapagos, Mauritius, Seychelles et al.) you also find bigger lizards or turtles than on the mainland. There are interesting exceptions to this rule.
- Alex99 (23735)
- [2007-08-02 4:59]
Hi, dear Maite.
Thank you for your kindness and interest.
I like this picture and its impressive diagonal composition. I like exposure despite the complex light conditions. I also like great sharpness and details of the FG and main subject and blurred a bit neutral BG. As usual, very nice picture by you. My best wishes and compliments.
- pablominto (14563)
- [2007-11-29 1:01]
Lovely details have been captured in this little fellow!
I like the point of view exposing the lizzard nicely, good light and fine colours...
This is a well balanced composition!
- izler (44)
- [2008-01-28 10:19]
its interesting and different reptile for me
well close-up working on this lizards that was giving nice pose to you
i like composition, pov, colours and details