Tag: lizard

Last on the card- May 2021

“You miss 100% of the shots, you don’t take”.  Unknown

As an amateur photographer, I was trained to have an appetite not to miss any opportunity.

Strangely my eyes are always looking for something of interest, to be photographed.

Because of this habit, many times I miss ‘family time’

And fortunately, my family understands.

I am thankful.

One must be patient all the time especially if one is interested in photography.

“Patience is the essence of clicking great photographs”  Abhijeet Sawant

‘Just because the lizard nods its head, does not mean it’s in agreement” African Proverb

I was having my morning walk and I noticed this little fellow, a young garden lizard inside the fence may be waiting for its morning breakfast.

He did not move, allowed me to have a click, but his eyes were concentrated on me as to what I am up to.

Thank you my lizard friend for this cooperation.

Many people fear, the very sight of lizards. It’s an anxiety disorder.

This fear is known as Herpetophobia 

Thank you.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Philosophy Through Photography

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This post is part of Brian’s Photo challenge- Last on the card May 2021

Time Up for basking

“Which is better off. a lizard basking in the Sun or a Philosopher?” Ursula K Le Guin

Advice from a Lizard

“Soak up some Sun

Snap up opportunities

Be a colourful character

Appreciate stillness

Keep a low profile

Shed your old ways

Be dashing!”   unknown

Lizard symbolism

“Don’t be in such a hurry to get somewhere! Slow down, and look for the clues that are right in front of you”
Lizard 

Thank you.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Philosophy Through Photography

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This post is part of Becky B’s  SQUARE UP – photo challenge

(spiritanimals.com-lizard symbolism))

Herpetophobia

Kammie S “Mamma Squirrel” of  Nut House Central  runs this ODD BALL PHOTO challenge,where she encourages us to post any photo which we hesitate to delete.

Herpetophobia is fear or aversion to lizards and snakes.Seeing the creature can cause disgust,aversion,anxiety, panic attack or nausea.

To be frank, there is no need for all these.

Most lizard species are harmless to humans

House Lizards Are a lot misunderstood creatures.They are harmless,they help us by eating those dangerous pests which cause immense damage to humans health.

Certain Lizards in California are said to prevent Lyme disease ,since the reptiles act as a host to these bugs and proteins in the lizard blood is said to kill the Lyme causing bacteria in the Ticks.

“It’s better to be a House Lizard than a Chameleon” Divya

Thank you.

Namaste🙏🙏🙏

Philosophy Through Photography

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