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  1. #11
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    Wow, excellent posts, BBPhoto!

    I especially like the tree frogs and the leopard gecko (I think that's what he is - 3rd and 4th photos from the end).

    Are any of these pets, or have I come across someone who likes reptiles as much as I do?

    -Brandon
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    BlindEye

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by blindeye View Post
    Wow, excellent posts, BBPhoto!

    I especially like the tree frogs and the leopard gecko (I think that's what he is - 3rd and 4th photos from the end).

    Are any of these pets, or have I come across someone who likes reptiles as much as I do?

    -Brandon
    Thanks Brandon. Glad you enjoyed. None of them are pets. I'm more of a dog guy when it comes to pets. I travel quite a lot and whenever I am in a region where tropical forests exist I try exploring them, especially at night. I have tons of pics like this from all over. I'll post some more another time.
    The respect of those you respect is greater than the applause of the multitude.

  3. #13
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    Nile Monitor

    I'm hoping to revive this thread a bit. Here is a Nile Monitor (captive, shot through glass, adjusted levels to try and compensate for the haze).



    Thanks for looking,
    -Brandon
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    BlindEye

  4. #14
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    California Desert Tortoise

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  5. #15
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    Good one. Thanks for keeping this going.
    -Brandon
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  6. #16
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    Two new ones from today. I just happened to look over and notice him looking spry, and grabbed a couple of impromptu shots. Chinese Water Dragon:





    Canon 50D, 100F2.8 Macro, Single Vivitar 285 off-camera
    Shot through glass. Adjusted levels, removed spots, sharpened.

    -Brandon
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    BlindEye

  7. #17
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    Blindeye,

    That first one is a stand out shot for both color and composition.

  8. #18
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    Thanks, kgosden!! I was pretty proud to be able to catch that one. He normally hangs pretty close to the branch, but he was really leaning out looking at something I guess.

    I left a bit of dead space a the top, because I intend to print it 8x10 for my cube at work.

    Regards,
    -Brandon
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    BlindEye

  9. #19
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    Two more... Box Turtles:

    Wasn't expecting the yawn. When she did it, I jerked to grab the shot, and cropped off the back half of her. I immediately reframed and took a second, but the yawn was gone. I was able to blend the two together in CS5 to get this image. See if you can spot where the merged seam is.

    Female:


    Male:


    Both shot with Canon 50D, 70-200F2.8ISL, Natural light.

    -Brandon
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    BlindEye

  10. #20
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    I'm back with an amphibian this time. An Eastern Tiger Salamander.

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    -Brandon
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    BlindEye

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