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Discussion in 'Birds' started by Yvette, Apr 23, 2007.
This guy was trying his hardest to attract a mate yesterday. I loved the colors.
Boy that is almost macro work, you sure do get close or have a lng lens.
Gary, it is the 70 - 300VR. This was handheld and yes, I was close. He just stayed put which was very convenient.
that's color alright! Great job!
Thanks Dianne. He was very pretty.
He's a beauty. Too bad they're being crowded out by their drabber, brown cousins.
Thanks for looking. Actually, I think that they are brown but during mating season they change to green. I may be wrong. Maybe someone else knows for sure.
They are brown at some times. But I was meaning the Cuban and brown anoles that are invasive and compete with these native guys for space and food. :wink:
Oh. I see what you mean.:smile:
Boy that is one beautiful shot
Color is fantastic
Very nice, Yvette!
Excellent. Super duper. I like it.
Thanks for posting.
p.s. I heard an Equifax credit score ad (am radio) that may be useful to this guy. It's titled 'How to attract a mate'; says 'Buying a condo could make you irresistible'.
Thanks so much for your kind words Gale. Glad you liked it.
Thank you Dave. I appreciate you looking.
:biggrin: I will have to let him in on the secret. Thanks for looking. Glad you liked it.
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