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Mike B in OKlahoma
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Post by Mike B in OKlahoma »


Grand Cayman Iguana
captive subject
180mm lens
1/250th second @ f16
ISO 100
flash as main light
Mike Broderick
Oklahoma City, OK, USA

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Post by beetleman »

very nice head study Mike. It looks like a big old male Iguana with those jowels :D Reminds me of the old dino movies thet these critters used to star in. Remember when they used to put fins on them and made them fight with each other :shock: The humane society would never allow that any more. "No iguanas were harmed in the filming of this monster movie" :wink:
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Post by Ken Ramos »

Would ya just look at those blood shot eyes! I used to look like that returning to the ship after a night of...ahem (swallowing hard)..."carousing?" :lol: Ah but those days are but only memories. As "Allen Jackson" would say... :smt020 "I'm in love with ya baby and I don't even know your name." :smt043 Nice shot of the iguana Mike! :D

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Post by paul »

This image just bursts with personality (yours and the iguana's :lol: ), excellent shot Mike! Just love it.
paul h

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