Calotes emma

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Emma Gray's Forest Lizards, Calotes emma.
All from Krabi, Thailand. Too many of them.


A gravid female. Stomach full of eggs.

IMG_9436 copy by Kurt (Hock Ping GUEK) orionmystery.blogspot.com, on Flickr


Another female I found one evening, all tucked in, ready too shut eye.

IMG_9808 copy by Kurt (Hock Ping GUEK) orionmystery.blogspot.com, on Flickr


closer...

IMG_9816 copy by Kurt (Hock Ping GUEK) orionmystery.blogspot.com, on Flickr


another female

IMG_9567 copy by Kurt (Hock Ping GUEK) orionmystery.blogspot.com, on Flickr


a male

IMG_9463 copy by Kurt (Hock Ping GUEK) orionmystery.blogspot.com, on Flickr


female

IMG_9402 copy by Kurt (Hock Ping GUEK) orionmystery.blogspot.com, on Flickr


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these are all so very cool, as always!
 

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Lizards are cool, but color rendition is not good. Contrast is lacking, colors are washed out.
 

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#3 is my favorite, nice work!
 
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Thanks for looking and commenting! Appreciated.

Lizards are cool, but color rendition is not good. Contrast is lacking, colors are washed out.

Ya, I get that a lot, mainly from those who have a thing for really contrast-y and saturated "nature" images, and almost certainly with un-calibrated displays. I have my images printed and what i see on my display are always very close to the prints. I also compared similar images of mine on my friend's Mac book....also very close.
 

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