Eastern Water Dragon... by debsphotos

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Eastern water Dragons (Physignathus Lesueurii Lesueurii) grow to approx 80 cm long…good swimmers and can submerge for half hour!! They eat insects,molluscs,small fish,hatchling turtles and small mammals!! They lay 6-18 eggs in a nest (bit like a croc’s) and live along the eastern coast of Aussie!!!

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Comments

  • SharonD
    SharonDalmost 7 years ago

    Good capture Deb.He’s keeping his eye on you.

  • He certainly was !!!!! He was’nt to worried…stayed around for awhile!! Thanks!!!!! *-)

    – debsphotos

  • sassyskink
    sassyskinkalmost 7 years ago

    HI Deb, a very nicely coloured male by the looks of him. Very nice shot.

  • Thank you steven!! I thought it was a male!! thanks for confirming it !!! *-)

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  • Marilyn Harris
    Marilyn Harrisalmost 7 years ago

    Fabulous shot Deb!!! Beautiful colours and detail!!!

  • Thanks very much Blossom!!! Great of you to say!!! *-)

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  • simba
    simbaalmost 7 years ago

    Great macro image Debs.

  • Hi Linda..very much appreciated!!! Thank you!! *-)

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  • Jadon
    Jadonalmost 7 years ago

    Crackin shot Deb, hope you didn’t get too close to it, it might have swallowed your pride and joy LOL…

  • LOL…Would’nt dare risk it Jas!! Just that ‘thought’ that made me keep my distance!! Not!!! LOL…I’m always abit worried they’ll think Im a tree!!! Great to hear from you!! Thanks!!

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  • Brad Hutchings
    Brad Hutchingsalmost 7 years ago

    Great capture… how neat :)

  • Much appreciated Brad!! Thank you!! *-)

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  • MuscularTeeth
    MuscularTeethalmost 7 years ago

    great capture . nice clarity good lighting.

  • Thank you MT…..really nice of you to say!!!

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  • InPort
    InPortalmost 7 years ago

    G’day Deb,

    These make very good subjects as most times they will pose for you before they scurry off.
    You have caught this one in great light and have made a very good composition for this reptilian study.
    I di feel though that you could improve this by:
    1. Lowering the highlights slightly along the lizard’s lower jaw, and
    2. With some careful Clone Stamp work, remove the two blades of grass above the dragon to open up and “unclutter” the area.
    Good use of depth of field, nice sharp focus and lovely natural colours.
    Good attempt that girl!

    GB
    Dennis

  • I would love to have taken some light of his chin!!! My programs dont allow such detailed “work”..not that I’ve found as yet anyway!! LOL…the cloning…yes..could "handle’ that!!Appreciate very much your most welcome suggestions!!! Thank you!!! *-)

    – debsphotos

  • Bootiewootsy
    Bootiewootsyalmost 7 years ago

    Great detail and dof.

  • Thank you Carol….he was an obliging subject for awhile!! LOL..*-)

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  • Gilberte
    Gilbertealmost 7 years ago

    Beautiful shot Deb but I would be frightened to meet him while bathing

  • No!! I wouldnt like to come face to face with one in the water either Gilberte!!!! LOL…Thank you!! *-)

    – debsphotos

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