PLEASE VIEW LARGE Pogona vitticeps – Bearded Dragon is the common name given to a group of Australian lizards of the genus Pogona. Their common name comes from their habit of puffing out their throat when they are angry or excited, giving the appearance of a “beard”. There are seven species that make up the genus. The most common is the Pogona vitticeps commonly referred to as the Inland Bearded Dragon.

I photographed this fine specimen near Klapmuts,
Western Cape, South Africa

My interest in the field of photography began in childhood, starting with film, then a ‘splatter’ of videography and finally the migration to DSLR photography.

I hope you enjoy viewing my interpretation of the Natural World through my lens.

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  • Ray Clarke
    Ray Clarkealmost 4 years ago

  • Martin Smart
    Martin Smartalmost 4 years ago

    Great shot Macky, wonderful detail!

  • Heidi Mooney-Hill
    Heidi Mooney-Hillalmost 4 years ago

    Great capture and a perfect title

  • John44
    John44almost 4 years ago

    Good capture

  • Baie dankie John

    – Macky

  • swaby
    swabyalmost 4 years ago

    Cool title and fabulous shot! Congratulations!

  • Karen  Moore
    Karen Moorealmost 4 years ago

  • Thanks so much Karen, much appreciated

    – Macky

  • Kate Adams
    Kate Adamsalmost 4 years ago

    WOW!! what an awesome picture!! love the details, he is such a beautiful specimen!!

  • Dan MacKenzie
    Dan MacKenzieover 2 years ago

    LOL, nice play on words Macky! Great detail throughout. The lighting really works beautifully here. Great shot!

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