Raising Rocks (and Reptiles)





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12 Comments on “Raising Rocks (and Reptiles)”

  1. Jamie Dedes Says:

    Interesting for the shapes, colors, and textures. I love earth worms and salamanders. A nice collection.

  2. David King Says:

    Fascinating. The last has just about everything an image should have. Wonderful shot.

  3. brian miller Says:

    whew…watch the scaleys dont want to step on one…we used to have lots of the little lizards when we lived in florida…they are def cool….saw a couple on a little trip we took the other day…

  4. claudia Says:

    very cool..look what a beauty he is on the first pic… luckily we don’t have snakes over here..though i find them beautiful as well…not in my garden though.. happy monday k.

  5. hedgewitch Says:

    We saw a gorgeous mottled green and brown and chartreuse snake this week–no idea what it was, but it was just beautiful. Lizards are my fave, though–their little beady eyes remind me of toy dogs. ;_)

    • ManicDdaily Says:

      I have many many many photos of little efts – the little orange ones – I just love them. But these were just taken yesterday, picking up rocks–“herping” as my daughters call it. There are all kinds of weird salamanders under them – the black and gold ones – that you — or at least I == have never seen above ground. They do look like funny little dogs with their eyes to the side. k.

      On Mon, May 20, 2013 at 11:21 AM, ManicDDaily

  6. Mama Zen Says:

    My daughter would want to keep them all!

  7. othermary Says:

    What great critters!

  8. Nature, nature! How great you are. And so are you, for bringing these beauties to us. Many thanks.

    Greetings from London.

  9. Unbelievable ! I thought of jewelry !

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