Go Gecko Go

For a split second I spied with my little eye a couple of Geckos who obviously live in this terracotta monkey hanging from a tree in Koh Samui, Thailand. I took the shot and then they shot through. Even though I waited, I never saw them again. Geckos are lizards found in warm climates throughout the world. Most geckos cannot blink, but they often lick their eyes to keep them clean and moist. They have a fixed lens within each iris that enlarges in darkness to let in more light. Yippee.

Day Of Silence

As it is was the day of silence in Bali, Indonesia, yesterday, everyone had stay within their homes, hotels or compounds. While doing that I checked out the front garden and spotted this very tiny gecko. No sooner had I shot two frames it retreated into the leaf shell. That must be the gecko’s home. Hooray.

Go Gecko

SHOT this Gecko at night with a Nikon on a glass window looking outside while I was holidaying on Stradbroke Island (Straddie) Queensland, Australia. Geckos live in many Queensland houses DSC_0281because they love the warmer climate. Most Geckos cannot blink, but often lick their eyes to keep them moist and clean. Go Gecko Go.