The bushes around our condo are a habitat for little critters, such as this baby iguana who is resting on a branch. It is easy to miss them as you walk past, although having a camera with me helps cause me to be more observant.
This is not a gecko. We see geckos at night. Often a gecko will perch himself upside down from the ceiling of our patio. Geckos come out at night and have little round pads for their toes that can grip so well that they can hang upside down on a flat surface.
You can tell that this is a baby iguana rather than a gecko because he has pointed claws, and he is out during the day.
This week we have photos of Bangkok on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site. If you have not been there, I think you will be pleasantly surprised by the dazzling color and detail.