Domestic Dragon

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  1. Harmony

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    Has anyone noticed this alliteration thing that I've got going? :mrgreen:

    Nikon FM2
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    1/250
    flash: no
    B&W film, 400 ASA

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    Now that you're pointing it out to us ... oh yes. Domestic Dragon. D-d. Nice :D

    As is your pet!
    The b&w really brings out the texture of his neck scales. Not a pet for stroking, eh? ;) What is his real colour?
     
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    Actually, his throat area is really soft, and if you do it for long enough, he goes to sleep!

    He's actually a tan colour, but the sides of his body (where you can't see) are a really light lavender colour. And since he's a Bearded Dragon, he turns darker when he's cold.
     
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    No one else?
     
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    My girlfriend has two of these bearded dragons! I've wanted to get some good pics of em but no where to really get em since her room is tiny with crap all over!

    Nice pic!
     
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    I saw one like these at an "exotic pets" show I went to last Sunday. They had primarily tarantulas there, some reptiles, only three different kinds of snakes, and some insects. I brought my camera (of course) and took some pics of some of the animals. 'twas fun.
     
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    Ooo! Post the pictures!
     
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    Just be glad you're not trying to take product pictures of a snake headshots are fairly easy with a macro lens but how in the HECK do you get a full body shot to show off the colors/patterns properly, bowling gets you somewhere but it isn't very pretty.
     

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