Monday, 28 March 2011

new blogger and thanks.........

Welcome to Too Many Eggs in the Basket another new blogger I have not told you about yet.........
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Totally unrelated but I do like pics in my posts
The lizard above was sitting at my back door last month and I forgot to show you...........he puffed himeself right up when I went to step out the door........
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Catch you later
Chookyblue

32 comments:

  1. He's a beauty isn't he.... great shot

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  2. Off to check out the new blogger! Now that is one animal that I would never see here!

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  3. What a cutie, Gemma loves lizards and for a long time wanted one as a pet. Tell Fairy girl I received her lovely card today.

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  4. You have some interesting wildlife around you. But I guess there is a pay off because you have much more deadly creatures than we have.

    I am scared to death of snakes. I can handle anything else but not snakes. That lizard is really cool.

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  5. Do you really have lizards like that at your place? We only have blue tongues and tiny little black ones - What are those ones called?

    Hugs - Fee X

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  6. Brrr, wat een griezel, zo groot kennen wij ze hier niet

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  7. He's a beauty... and a little bit scary....
    Hugz

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  8. How interesting, wondering how big it is. Thanks for pointing us toward new bloggers, it's always fun checking them out and saying welcome.

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  9. Eeeeewwwww!

    If I stepped out my back door and saw that creature, I turn right around and flee back indoors never to set foot out again!

    As you've probably noticed, I don;t do bugs or prehistoric looking creatures very well. House flies are about all I can handle and even those not very well.

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  10. Great photo Donna, I had a different sort of lizard in the backyard last week which had lots of thorny type things on his/her back. Didn't think of getting a shot of it.
    Happy days.
    Bev.xoxo

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  11. OMG is he real? Where do you live so I do not move there by mistake. I'm not normally scared of animals but he is a tad big & spikey!

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  12. He's goegeous!! What type of lizard is he????

    Will go visit the ne blog.

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  13. Wow...my boys would love living next door to you and this not-so-friendly looking guy!!! We only see these creatures at the zoo!

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  14. reabGood grief.... what kind of lizard is that and how big. You must be a brave and dedicated photographer to get so close to that guy... or do you have a very long zoom lens. He looks ready to pounce. Just the photo scares the pants off me. Cool though! Glad there's nothing like him wandering around Scotland.

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  15. I'm really glad NZ does not have your lizards running around! Not sure I would go outside if I saw him!!
    Happy stitching, Michelle.

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  16. Funny you have posted that photo cause yesterday my powder puff dog ( i should't call him that but he is part poodle so he is fluffy )had a blue tongue bailed up in the back yard, i dragged him inside i would hate for the lizard to be injured he does such a good job with the snails

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  17. He is a big boy with all his frills.

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  18. Does he blog....LOL....handsome fellow...

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  19. Just received my email post and had to come comment on the lizard.....I love them lol.....this one sure did puff himself up for you....this is one great pic....lucky you.

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  20. I shreik when I spy a mouse I would have roared if I saw him at my back door.

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  21. Wow! He's amazing. Showing off for you hey?!

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  22. I love the way your lizard is making himself look so ferocious. I've never seen them do that before. I've just visited Patricia's blog. She is off to a fine start with such lovely photos.

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  23. Holy Cow -- you have some amazing critters down there. I think I'd be scared on a daily basis!

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  24. What a beauty! How big was he? I will hop on over to the new blog...thanks for sharing!

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  25. I would've puffed back up at him on my way back into the house!

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  26. OOH I think I would "SCREAM" really loud if confronted by him...but he is sort of cute..
    Hugs x x x

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  27. It's just wrong to have any animal on earth that could appear at the back door like that! I would have had to make a wardrobe change I think - of the undergarment variety. lol

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  28. That would have given me an awful fright

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  29. We don't have lizards like that here in the south....just little drop tails, goannas and those horrible brown snakes....

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  30. WOW, that is one incredible lizzard! Off to visit the new blogger.

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