Thursday, February 10, 2011

Iguana in a tree (6)

Here is a photo of an iguana up in a tree. You can seen him because he was on low branches where there were not many leaves. You can imagine, however, how he would blend into his surroundings on higher branches where there are lots of green leaves.

Yesterday, Jack of Hartford Daily Photo left a comment about whether the iguana that I showed during the last couple of days thinks he would be noticed if he stays very still. I therefore thought I would show this photo today. There are lots of times in Costa Rica when you do not notice that there are iguanas up in the trees above you.

Iguanas spend most of their time in trees. They are usually still. They can climb down into the rivers and streams and swim.

This week we are showing photos of the architecture of London on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.


Kate said...

This one looks like it's resting on its way to the top. Perfect camoulflage colour for the environment.

Sharon said...

This guy is such a beautiful color!

Jack said...

See? Standing still kind of works, depending on where he stands.

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