Wednesday, February 02, 2011

Wordless Wednesday

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- Karen

17 comments:

Ash said...

nice pic but i dont like reptiles...oops! :p

Unknown Mami said...

Wow! I love this image: the colors the scale...

Sukhmandir Kaur said...

Quite a colorful little creature. I wonder how it would feel being such a shy type of critter if it knew so many of us could ooh and ahh over it. Happy WW

lina said...

Such a cutie! :)

My, it sure was calm enough to let you snap a shot.

Louis la Vache said...

hee hee...
Like Ash, «Louis» doesn't "do" reptiles...

catsynth said...

Wow, so tiny! Cute.

Ryan said...

That little critter is fixing to bite his finger...where can I get one?

eileeninmd said...

Cute little critter, I like it. BTW, I love your header shot!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Very nice pic. Cute.

Tomas said...

I like your photo greatly. Thank you. Our pictures differ between only at first glimpse, because we both enjoy the same visual poetry... I bow to you - to the light under the surface of your unforgettable picture.

Y. Ikeda said...

Lovely and well-captured!!!

Con Artist Trickster said...

Great shot, but I don't know for sure what that is. It's even smaller than a finger.

Janet Marie said...

adorable little critter - great shot

rainfield61 said...

The reptile said the words, but I won't tell what they are.

AVCr8teur said...

Thank you everyone for your comments. This little creature is called the California Newt because it's mostly found by the California coast. Our volunteer guide who was holding the newt in this picture probably wasn't aware that it will excrete toxins if it felt threatened. The guide was trying to keep it safe by moving it away from the main trail where bicyclists and hikers were abundant.

Life Ramblings said...

such a cute fella but i'm not fond of reptiles of any kind.

Emm said...

Oh! So! Cute! I love geckos and lizards and crawly amphibians. I don't recall ever holding one long enough to photograph it though - nice capture.