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    Default Striped Anole

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    Canon 7D2, 300 f4L IS, 1.4x TC II
    ISO 640, f10, 1/250s, HH

    Here is a lizard I found in Aruba last month.

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    Great image of a lizard with a nice pose. Very well composed and sharp.

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    Well exposed. Nice and sharp and a great alert pose. The lizard stands out really well against a beautiful blurred background. A lovely image.

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    Very well composed Image.

    I love the eye and the background.

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    Very nice indeed if this is a crop I would loosen it just 1cm to include the left rear foot, otherwise very nicely composed. I wonder if you are slightly front focused the eye is very sharp but at f10 I would have expected the tip of the nose to be likewise at this magnification.

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