Lifecruisers contribution to theme Rare
Theme: Rare | Next week: Childhood

Nice picture of me and Mr Lifecruiser huh? Guess who is who! *giggles*

We took this picture of these rare lizards in the Parque das Aves we did visit on our South America trip in 2005 – on our way to the worlds most beautiful waterfalls: Iguazu Waterfalls.

Actually, the expression Horror lizard is used in Sweden to describe a really horrifying ugly woman…. *giggles*

Captain Lizard Lifecruiser

36 Comments on “Photo Hunt Rare Scare”

    maiylah said:

    that’s a wonderful shot and entry for the theme! :)

    tiffany said:

    i just love that photo. i love lizzys to cute

    Crazy Working Mom said:

    Heh heh…great photo!
    Would make a great postcard.

    Hummie said:

    wow…on the three like that…cool!

    JennyR said:

    that’s pretty neat! great shot!!!

    jenn in holland said:

    Ha! Love the photo and that first sentence in your explanation made me giggle!

    Rach said:

    They are fascinating creatures. Thanks for sharing.

    amy said:

    Nice picture! Great use of the theme

    Amazing Gracie said:

    I find lizards to be fascinating critters! I especially like their colors!
    Enjoyed your comment with a giggle…

    Claudie said:

    Hello Mrs Lifecruiser
    I can’t imagine my reaction meeting them in the nature! They are really strange and fascinating creatures!

    Bengbeng said:

    wonderful. new to me this critter. indeed since i join phothunt i have learned so many new things. the world is so big.

    RennyBA said:

    Great pics – difficult to say who is how though, but it might be you who are most eager to get down in the sand? LoL

    Thanks for plugging Tor and Me and I do hope all the other cruisers will enjoy the guided tour in Trondheim!

    Melli said:

    They are AWESOME! And they are SO ugly they are beautiful! And that is a truly stunning photograph! Niiiiiiicely done!!!

    peppylady said:

    Interesting photo of the lizards. At first I wasn’t sure if the top one had it mouth around something or not.

    My photo is up for the photo hunt

    Gattina said:

    Aha ! Now I understand everything. This shows Mr. Lifecruiser coming down to you then you kissed him and now he looks like today ! Wonderful tale !

    Gattina said:

    While looking if there were other cruises going on, (I didn’t come here yesterday) I read that you were sick ! I hope you feel better now. We have a lot of sick people here, it’s probably because it is still so unusual warm today again 28 ! Mr. Gattino is also not feeling well.
    Re Cybercruise I have been in Antwerp wednesday (you can read about our adventure by going there by train) and took quite a lot of pictures. The city is very nice and very multiracial. It’s also the city of Diamonds ! So I thought I could write about that for the cruise on wednesday. What do you think ? There is only WW and that’s mostly a picture.
    Take care !

    srp said:

    They are funny and look a little dizzy upside down. These are the ones with the big eyes and little dark pupils and they look all google eyed when not asleep. Great shot.

    mar said:

    perfect title and great pic!!! wouldn’t like to see them in real life ,tho…
    happy weekend!

    mar said:

    Any news from the Irish Lady?? her link isn’t working for me for some reason. Tell her hello when she drops by :)

    Jannie Funster said:

    AWESOME! I think they are as cute as hairless cats and as rare.

    roman said:

    A very interesting shot there. Thank you for sharing oh and thank you for sharing the shots of the waterfalls.

    Lifecruiser said:

    Yes, and there were good news – everything went ver well so she was pleased with the weekend :-)

    I’ve forward your greeting to her too.

    Lifecruiser said:

    Of course – wednesday is booked for Antwerpen – excellent :-)

    ChupieandJsmama said:

    Fantastic photo! I’m not sure I’d want to see those lizards up close and personal though.

    PEA said:

    They are an ugly dinosaur kind of way! lol Such a great shot of those lizards…I really do find them such fascinating creatures! Great choice for this weeks’ theme:-)

    pat said:

    Oh I love it!! Great photo!!

    Happy Weekend!

    Angelo said:

    Whoaw! Not only rare, but humongous too! That’s probably the biggest iguana I’ve ever seen. Great picture, I can imagine it must have been quite a site in real life! Happy Hunting :)

    Shoshana said:

    Wow! That is one awesome picture. I like lizzards better in picture. If I see one, you can see me jump so high, you’d sign me up on Olympics high jumps.

    Pastormac's Ann said:

    Terrific picture! And great choice for The Hunt. Must have been an amazing trip.
    thanks for dropping by.

    Tricia said:

    Oh they’re beautiful! As you know I’m a reptile person and I had a lovely huge iguana for a long time (10 years!) and he was a doll.

    Thanks for posting this photo. :)

    Lifecruiser said:

    Well, actually, those two is kind of cute I think too and normally I’m not that fond of lizards…

    I love their colored spots on the cheeks too. I’ve never seen any ones like those two before.

    We have an excellent department in the Zoo in Stockholm, Skansen with reptiles. If you ever come to Stockholm that would be where to go for you Tricia :-)

    aka R'acquel said:

    Incredible shot! I’m sure you’re the one haging around at the BOTTOM! =D

    George said:

    Nice shot. Are they really rare? I love the composition and the trademark

    Lifecruiser said:

    Well George, I can’t be 100% sure that they really were rare in South america – even if I think that was the reason for them to be in that Bird Park, but they sure are rare over here in Sweden :-)

    meeyauw said:

    What an excellent photo you took! That is one scary lizard for sure!

    Drew said:

    A very cool photo.

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