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WPC: Structure

Following some strong winds in Brisbane a couple of weeks ago, Chief was removing a large palm frond from the swimming pool when he noticed a little gecko floating on it. The little gecko scurried off when Chief tried to remove him and he ended up on the glass panels surrounding the pool. This gave me a wonderful opportunity to rush indoors to grab my camera and give my new macro lens a try.

I was amazed at the beautiful structure of the gecko’s foot, the minute scales and nails, that we don’t see with the naked eye – mother nature is a beautiful thing!

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Underside of the gecko’s foot
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under side of the gecko
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transparent body

Structure

By Waking the Wombat

Life - part two in Australia. Having spent the first 39 years of my life in England with two gorgeous children who don't need me so much, a workaholic husband and a head full of stuff waiting to be unleashed, Waking the Wombat is my place to share life's experiences with you.

15 replies on “WPC: Structure”

[…] I’m delighted to have the chance to show off my ‘award winning’ photograph with you again – when I say ‘award winning’ I mean ‘runner up’ but hey! it was the first photography competition I’d entered and was ‘tickled pink’ that my hurried snap turned out pretty okay. You can read all about how I captured this gecko’s foot here.  […]

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