Monday, July 7, 2014

Imagine

Imagine you are in your home, trying to eat a meal or just relax, and a giant woman is walking around peeping through every single window. Not only is she peeping, she is holding a strange device and pointing it at you, making loud clicking noises that sound like sonic booms to your ears. A stalker? A terrorist? What is happening???? When peeping doesn't satisfy her, she tries opening the windows and jiggling the door knobs. Your home suddenly feels like a tornado is hitting it with every wave of her arm and every exhalation of her breath. Oh dear, what to do? She says not a word, just circles and circles your home, pointing and clicking. Then she leaves.

The End.




Signed,

A confused and frightened green anole

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65 comments:

Robert Nicolaescu said...

:)Delicate:)

Buttons said...

You are an excellent stalker:) Great shots. Hug B

Roan said...

He's a handsome fella. Green is my favorite color.

Gunilla Bäck said...

A gorgeous lizard.

you-wee because said...

What a beautiful lizard! Is this green beauty living with you at home in a terrarium? And the intruder was you??? ;-)
By the way: excellent photographs, Gail!
Regards from Germany, enjoy a great week, Uwe.

nookworm said...

Sweet face on the critter! He doesn't look frightened, just curious. He is BEAUTIFUL!

TexWisGirl said...

he is just PRECIOUS cute! love the 2nd photo!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Ha ha, you are so funny :-) Excellent shots!

Stephanie said...

haha. . .thanks for the giggles, my friend :)

I must say that your photos are beautiful! And I know I have told you before, but I don't like snakes, lizards, or anything that resembles a snake, such as this anole (is that what's she's called?). . .but she is stunning and I don't mind looking at her thanks to your lovely photography.

Hugs to you!

Breathtaking said...

Just lovely captures Gail.The lizard's face is so sweet in the second photo.

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

phunny

Who knew lizards had such beautiful eyes

(I have to re-post that second shot. I love it!)

Irma said...

Really beautiful pictures, Gail,
The lizard in the second picture has beautiful eyes.
This picture is my favorite.

Noke said...

Schöne Bilder von dem kleinen.

Gruß
Noke

Karen said...

He's handsome, and your shots are fabulous!

hootnonny said...

Amazing photos by a peeper.

Debbie said...

i was soooo confused at first....but i get it now!!!!

gorgeous snaps!!

bailey-road.com said...

What a cute little critter! YOur photos are gorgeous.

cobie en bas van Es said...

Geweldig wat is dit mooi.

Barbara Shallue said...

He's so cute and you're such an awesome photographer! And a very creative writer!!

barbara l. hale said...

What a beautiful creature! And fantastic photos! Glad you got the shots even if his house was a little disturbed.

Charlotte Wilson said...

What a cute little fellow. Love the second shot best.

ladyfi said...

LOL! But wow - such awesome shots.

Evelyn S. said...

These are such amazing images, Gail! I LOVE green anoles! I've had a few over the years and would like another, but..... actually, I'd like a couple of different kinds of lizards. :-)

Beth of "E." Lizard Breath Speaks said...

always a fan of Lizards. they are my crew. what a neat little greenie booger. giggles. hey, i am being silly today. why not?!? have a great week!! ( :

Anni said...

These, as always Gail, are extraordinary. I think I use the word, 'extraordinary' way too often. Let me check with Thesaurus. BRB...okay, here's a word that will fit....remarkable!!! These are remarkable!!!

Love the narration also.

EG CameraGirl said...

Great shots, Gail, and I suspect the green anole was thinking all those thoughts, too. :)

eileeninmd said...

The green anole is cool, great sighting and photos.. Thank you for linking up. Have a happy day!

Donna said...

I think he enjoyed his fame although a bit shy...he is adorable!

Barb said...

What a beautifully colored anole!
Quite the poser,too, indeed looking like it's trying to figure our what the heck you are and what you're doing.

Kathy said...

Absolutely delightful photos. The colors are magnificent!

June Caedmon said...

I just love these little guys! I terrorize them too, lol, when I see them. These shots are Ah-mazing, Gail! Wow! The 2nd one is my favorite. Nicely done!

Ann said...

oh,my..the blue around the eyes!!
how beautiful is this!!!
your photography is amazing.

Frank said...

Fabulous images. Well done Gail.

Renae of Simple Sequins said...

These are great photographs! I love love love the details!!!

I'm hoping to share some of the other items during the week, so heads up.

Have a nice evening! ♥

Tammy@Simple Southern Happiness said...

Lord Love A Lizard..... I am speechless, much less can I type. I have had to backspace and correct just so you can read this comment. WOW! What an exceptional display of photographs. THE colors!!! The DOF..... Tact sharp in all the right places. BRAVO!!! You made this little dude cute enough to want to kiss.

Sally Crowe said...

Oh goodness, Gail, you had me going for a while. Mercy! So funny. :)

Thanks for visiting me, and the nice comments.

I'm going to add you to my blog list of friends. :)

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

So good! ; that giant is as good a story teller as she is a photographer!... poor anole ;>).... lovely portraits though and I bet his little pea-brain has already forgotten all the trauma.

Andy said...

I'd like to thank the giant woman for taking such gorgeous photos of such a tiny creature who wasn't a bit frighten of her. :)

Felicia said...

Oh Gail these are amazing. Love your description.

Felicia said...

PS I'm back. you can almost see you in his eye in the second capture.

amazingly beautiful creature.

orchid Miyako said...

I REALLY enjoyed reading your writing, Gail, as well as your wonderful pictures of green anole (A confused and frightened)♡♡♡ BEAUTIFUL pictures♪♪♪

Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

Anita Johnson said...

I knew they were beautiful, but your photos proved it! WOW!

Linda said...

Wonderful shots! Glad he survived the intrusion.

Tina Fariss Barbour said...

So that's how the critters feel when we stalk them with our cameras? :-)

These photos are amazing. I love his little face.

DeniseinVA said...

This beautiful little guy could give the TV little guy a run for his money. Your photos are gorgeous Gail, incredible! You have shown how beautiful these pretty lizards can truly be.

rainfield61 said...

A very beautiful one.

Stewart M said...

Nice perspective on taking pictures and nice perspective in the pictures.

Sorry for slow reply - hectic weeks!

Cheers - Stewart M

schmidleysscribblins.com said...

I imagine you did look a bit weird to her.

Richard Pegler said...

Wonderful images of this beautiful lizerd, Gail. Congratulations!

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

I love it! Fabulous colours.

Brian King said...

Great shots of that little beauty!

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

Amazing shots Gail!! It's a good thing he didn't jump onto your lens!! Unbelievable colors and shots and you are probably correct in describing what he was thinking!!
BRAVO!!

HappinessSavouredHot said...

Amazing pictures! Wow! Reminds me of my childhood in Africa with chameleons living in the trees around the house. Now all I have is bears and coyotes...

Slamdunk said...

Haha--great shots.

Actually, his cousins get humans back when we are visiting my dad in south Texas. The small lizards are always congregating by the window sills and peeping in on what us visitors are doing.

Shug said...

I must admit.....I was a true blonde when reading this post! lol.
I found myself being so scared for you. I wanted to call the police myself!! LOL again! Ok..I read and re-read and I finally caught on!
Yes...just call me a blonde..

Great story!!
Great photos..
Shug

Pantherka said...

How curious about ... beautiful shots.
Greetings.

Kenneth Cole Schneider said...

Nice photos and a funny punch line! We have few Green Anoles in our south Florida neighborhood. They have been replaced by exotic Brown Anoles. Thanks for dropping by my blog in my absence. Am now coping with a three-week backlog of correspondence and enjoying the big screen as opposed to the iPhone.

maryaustria said...

Wow! These photos are absolutely amazing! So great!

Terri @ Backward B Ranch said...

Well, he doesn't look too upset, maybe he's one of those super stars that likes to be photographed! Great shots!

Anvilcloud said...

What fun imagining and pictures.

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Green is the color of nature and really suited this little fellow. Of course, your wonderful photos really did him justice. And now I know what an anole looks like.

Barb Brookbank said...

What a beautiful creature and wonderful shots, Gail!

catskillblogger said...

It does kind of makes you wonder if that's what the animals think.

LC said...

priceless!

Laura Delegal - Leroy Photography said...

Love these creatures (abd that crazy woman stalker).