Most of us recall pictures in books where
you were asked to find certain images.
Or comparing two pictures, you were asked
if you could find what was different.
Today’s blog feature four photos our
son sent from his Florida garden. Anolis is
a genus of anoles. These chameleons are in the
family of iguanian lizards. On a walk
last year with our son, I saw several. They
can rapidly change colors too as they do
among the plants in our son’s garden. See
if you can spot one in each photo. I admit
to having used the zoom feature when I
could not find them the first time. In our
Upstate NY garden, we have a beach
plum tree. Unfortunately for us, the birds,
squirrels and other small creatures have
managed to eat all but a few remnants
hanging on small outer branches which
will not support their weight. Enter
humans who can pluck them off
when ripe. My mother-in-law used
to gather them at the beach on Long
Island and make preserves.
See how many of the lizards you can
find and let me know. Except for the
occasional garden snake or frog, I have
not seen lizards nearby. Enjoy finding them!
Credit our son Tom for the four lizard photos. Thank you for the fun!