Thursday, November 13, 2008

Straight From The Lizard's Mouth!

Went to check out a new sun-basking spot...on my way
home I thought I'd take a quick look at my usual hang-
out... sun-loving, leisure-seeking seventh cousin! And
amidst those shards of glass too! Sheer lizardry! Who says
we lizards don't have the cutting edge! Loll on, cousin,
loll on!

Let me see what else is happening...not a flavour I care about--
bamboo nectar! Busy as usual, these two!

Another one of those My-Wings-Are-Sealed variety. Hasn't even
noticed me, at it like there's no tomorrow!

Fighting over it too!! Tch! Tch!

Hmm...looks like rain....

Don't like the look of those D.A.R.K clouds...Must run along or
I'll be drenched!

Oooh, new kid in town! No time for introductions now. That'll
have to wait. And quite a looker too!

Must hurry, the spouse is moulting y'know. He's not his usual
self right now...must rush...


Anonymous said...

What a cute post and as usual lovely photos! The dark clouds in the sky photo is spectacular! My husband I I were so amazed at your rich dirt in your last post. Soon I will post about the red clay dirt we have in Georgia. Hope you are having a good day.

tina said...

Mr. Lizard, Do be careful around all that broken glass-cutting edge or not it would not be healthy for your fine skin and the missus might be upset with having to take you to the doctors.

Susie said...

This is a cute post Kanak! Enjoyed it much. Aren't lizards funny! I wonder what they are thinking?

Wendy said...

Cute post!

Anonymous said...

Kanak: My Friday post has photos of the red dirt we have here in Georgia. I thought you would enjoy seeing it. Always a pleasure visiting your blog.

Kanak Hagjer said...

Mildred, I just got back from your blog. I think this the first time I'm seeing such beautiful pictures of Georgia.

I was very busy working outside which is why I couldn't reply sooner. Have a good weekend!
Oh Tina, thank you for your concern but now that I've moulted ,I love my skin more than ever before and I'll be extra careful...Thanks once again!
Susie, thanks. Sometimes I wonder too. And I'm so glad that unlike birds, they actually wait for you to click before they scoot!
Hi Wendy! Thanks for stopping by.