Liz at Punggol (1 Apr 07)


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ykia

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;) No, it's NOT a TFP/TFCD, just your friendly changing lizards doing "TFI"... Time For Insects!

They were cold after the wet Sunday, and had some really great close-ups of them. Enjoy!

1. Headshot with catchlight...


2. Full-body pose...


3. Mood shot with shallow DOF...


4. Can see me in the eye? ...


C&C's welcomed! Thanks for viewing!
 

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i like the tail in #2
 

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number 2 is superb nice, really like it
 

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The tail in pic 2 is nice.

Point of information: Changeable Lizard is NOT an insect but it does eats insects and other small vertebrates. It is a reptile that is related to the iguanas.

All insects must have:

1) Three body parts - a head, thorax, and abdomen
2) Six jointed legs
3) Two antennae to sense the world around them
4) An exoskeleton (outside skeleton)

Hope this helps.
 

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Eikin, nyxx88 & snapallaround: Thanks & glad you liked them!

They were all "tame" on Sunday -- very sluggish. So long as I did not make any sudden moves, they were more than happy to stay and bask in the evening sun.
 

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Hi, thanks... they usually stick their tails up when defensive. That shot's my fav too!

Hehehe... You mis-read my post. It's a play on the term "TFP/TFCD" which is Time For Prints or Time for CD[-ROM]. You'll find these terms commonly in the Services section of Buy & Sell. Commonly done when photogs & models mutually agree to exchange services without cash and want to build up their portfolio.

Since I took the lizard's "time" in posing for me, and I can't give it prints or CDs, the next best thing is giving it food -- insects. :bsmilie: Cheers!


The tail in pic 2 is nice.

Point of information: Changeable Lizard is NOT an insect but it does eats insects and other small vertebrates. It is a reptile that is related to the iguanas.

All insects must have:

1) Three body parts - a head, thorax, and abdomen
2) Six jointed legs
3) Two antennae to sense the world around them
4) An exoskeleton (outside skeleton)

Hope this helps.
 

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