Saturday, August 22, 2009

Saturday afternoon Nina picture


14 comments:

Dee said...

He is darling!

sheila said...

Great pic. Nina is cute!

Nancy in Sun Lakes AZ said...
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Nancy in Sun Lakes AZ said...

I deleted my previous comment because I called Nina a "he." What I wanted to say is that you have created a beautiful home for her and that I know she appreciates it! Do you really know ... he/she????

mr_subjunctive said...

Yes: we're fairly sure she's a she. It's a variable species, but allegedly only females have the diamond pattern down the center of the back.

lynn'sgarden said...

Nina is fully grown? Looks like she's enjoying the sun on her back...or is that grow lighting? An unusual pet for sure ;)

CelticRose said...

She's adorable! :-)

our friend Ben said...

Wow, Mr. S.! I remember your early pictures of Nina and can see how she's flourishing under your care. I've never seen such a healthy-looking anole. A cover girl for sure. Congratulations!

Anonymous said...

That's one great shot - good lighting, nice pattern and a model that would be a star in any lineup.

mr_subjunctive said...

our friend Ben / Anonymous:

Sure, but now she's turning into a diva: the crickets have to all be of a certain size, species, and temperature, and she'll trash the dressing room if there's even one spider. . . .

Lance said...

She looks bigger - is that just a trick of the lens? Or is she growing up?

mr_subjunctive said...

Hard to say. I don't think she's much bigger than she was in March, but all the plants have changed in size a lot more than she could have, so it makes direct comparison difficult.

Lance said...

She looks happy, if a lizard can look happy.

Zeï said...

She is so pretty! She looks happy :)