There and back again…where were we?

Well…not telling yet but going to leave a few picturesque bread crumbs.  This fine orange fellow was captured by DH (big hugs for doing a great job here) because he had the point and shoot camera with a good zoom lens and I was packing just my 35mm which didn’t get a good enough shot of him IMHO.  This is the first time I’ve ever seen an orange one of these.  Maybe I should’ve put a zoom lens on my Christmas gift list?

Any guesses where this was taken?


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15 Responses to There and back again…where were we?

  1. Okay – I cheated and tried googling “orange iguana” to see what location turned up. It was no help except to say that they turn orange when excited (courtship and territorial disputes – I am guessing the latter here). So, having failed to locate the area inhabited by the rare orange iguana, I will hazard a guess: Mexico!

    Tell DH, please: NIce shot!

  2. ChgoJohn says:

    Fairbanks, Alaska. (I’m not so good at guessing games.)
    Wherever you went, I hope you had a great time.

  3. dhphotosite says:

    I’m gonna guess someplace tropical…although ChgoJohn may just be onto something there LOL.

  4. Becky says:

    What a great shot! I know where you saw this…on your way to Key West! We were just there about a month a go, and I couldn’t believe all of those iguana’s on the side of the road! We tried to get pictures of them, but they kept running away. I saw one that was about this big though. Very fascinating!

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