Monday, March 15, 2010

Little Bird, Big Lizard


Immature Green-crowned Brilliant in Monteverde, Costa rica. Iguana at Santa Rosa NP, Costa Rica Abc Wednesday (I)

21 comments:

LadyFi said...

Gorgeous shots and colours. I love that lizard!

Icy BC said...

Beautiful bird, and that lizard is huge! Fantastic photos

Irene said...

Amazing shots! The iguana is fantastic .... looks scary. Glad we don't see it our neighbourhood :o)

Mama Zen said...

What beautiful colors on that bird!

Stephanie V said...

Oh, those are beautiful photos. the colors are great!

Spiderdama said...

Beautiful shots as always! And wonderful birds:-)

Sylvia K said...

Terrific shots, gorgeous colors! Love that iguana!! Hope you have a great week, Jill!

Sylvia

photowannabe said...

I just love hummingbirds and this one is gorgeous. You captured a very regal Iguana too. Greal shots.

RuneE said...

You obviously know what you are doing - it is shown by the eyes. Very nice indeed.

Stan Ski said...

Beautiful images.

Joy said...

Beautiful iridescent colours contrasting the subtle Iguana.

Roger Owen Green said...

Nice pics, as always, but a different question: how the heck do you manage to be first on ABCW so often? It's remarkable.

Jama said...

Lovely colors on the bird!

Sh@KiR@ CK said...

Beautiful shots.
Lizards are my terrors.

Just want to wish you HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY!
Have you a great one!

hugs
shakira

Oscar Wilde-The IRISH Gentleman

ART OF GENEROSITY

Anders og Birgit said...

Just want to say you have a lot of really good pictures! And these aren not exceptions

Monika said...

what amazing shots specially the bird

angelcel said...

The hummingbird is just so beautiful - how I wish we had these little birds over here.

Clytie said...

Absolutely stunning.

Nydia said...

I love your birds, and the lizard is something!

Your header bird, by the way, is the cutest!

Kisses from Nydia.

Tumblewords: said...

Iguanas are so intriguing - lovely photos!

NatureFootstep said...

I was lucky about the bittern, I got the info about it´s location in a mail. And hit the road. :)