I’m not sure I have any other images these 13 years here of a lizard. They just–at least until lately–have not been able to survive winters this far north.
A generation from now, we may have reticulated pythons and Gila Monsters on Goose Creek if the warm moves much farther north.
This small “fence swift” (I have named him Tom) was down around the garden this morning, and the macro format of the Lumix LX7 handled it quite well. The iPhone and the D200 would not have done as well in the low light. This image was taken with the digital zoom (7X) and produced a perfectly acceptable image–at least for computer monitor viewing.
I’m having issues (you can yawn now) with taking the raw files (RW2) to work them in Photoshop 5. Adobe and Panasonic are not playing well together. Maybe there’s a fix that’s not too onerous. DNG converter may qualify as unacceptable.