Friday, 2 May 2014

Common Lizards III

I have two main areas for photographing Lizards which consists mainly of stone walls and may only be 200 meters in length in total. On this occasion I tried a new area for me to see if (a) there was a population and (b) if there were any striking individuals i.e. other than brown individuals!

It was not long before I found this cracking individual

And another one!

It was not long before I found others away from the walls. This one a juvenile was very skittish

I was photographing this male when I noticed through the camera he was looking upwards, after taking this picture I glanced up to see a Common Buzzard had just flown right overhead.

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