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Re-invasion of Curly-Tailed Lizards – Pembroke Pines, FL, U.S.A.
1136 Views on July 9, 2014
Nikon D90
55-200mm Nikkor
Av – F10
Tv – 1/1250
ISO – 400
Focal Length – 300mm with 1.5 Crop Factor
Finished in GIMP

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My first camera was an Argus C3 given to me by my Uncle. Became interested and over the intervening years I have done photography and stopped, only to start again. Have begun again in the last 4 years with Canon Digital Point and Shoots. I have no training in the arts or photography. I have read some of Ansel Adam’s series, never finished.. I have learned a lot from seeing the fantastic images here.

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  • Glenn Cecero
    Glenn Ceceroalmost 3 years ago

  • Ray Clarke
    Ray Clarkealmost 3 years ago

  • Thank you Ray!

    – Glenn Cecero

  • Guendalyn
    Guendalynalmost 3 years ago

    this is wonderful!

  • Howdy Guenda, grazie, mille Signorina!

    – Glenn Cecero

  • Magaret Meintjes
    Magaret Meintjesalmost 3 years ago

    2012/04/11 1 IMAGE PER 24HRS
    Excellent capture!

  • Thank you Magaret!

    – Glenn Cecero

  • CanyonWind
  • Many thanks POP’s!

    – Glenn Cecero

  • billfox256
    billfox256almost 3 years ago

    A really terrific capture!!! Congratulations on being featured!!! Bill

  • Well thank you Bill! Much appreciated!

    – Glenn Cecero

  • artisandelimage
    artisandelimagealmost 3 years ago

    All Around Florida Group

  • Thank you kindly!

    – Glenn Cecero

  • Jan Siemucha
    Jan Siemuchaalmost 3 years ago

    Really cool shot, Congrats on the feature !

  • Many thanks Jan!

    – Glenn Cecero

  • Kim McClain Gregal
    Kim McClain Gr...almost 3 years ago

    He is cool……..

  • He is cool, but an interloper. Last year some took up residence, but seemed to have succumbed to the environment. They are a non-indigenous species not none to this area. Well we went for quite a spell and it seemed the problem solved itself. Well they’re back…… Thanks Kim!

    – Glenn Cecero

  • Nira Dabush
    Nira Dabushalmost 3 years ago


  • Thank you Nira, much appreciated!

    – Glenn Cecero

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