I love Australia, travel & photography
Yesterday this Goanna was on the fence, as I spoke to the Goanna it seemed to really listen, and tilted its head and stayed very calm whilst I snapped a few shots.
Lovely shot – but the Goanna looks a bit bored to me 🙂
oh thank you
Terrific picture of a beautiful lizard. And that head tilt is quite interesting and unexpected. Thank you for sharing.
thank you, yes they are beautiful and the pattern on there skin is like art work.
thanks for your comment
You do have some unusual creatures (at least to me). That paw to hand size ratio is quite amusing. That tilted head is perfect.
thank you,There claws are for climbing trees and they have long tails compared to there body.They say when you have Goanna’s around you wont get snakes, lets hope they are right as we have the 5 deadliest snakes in Australia here.
Hello Callie, thank you for liking my post recently. This is a very good photo of a goanna, what an interesting position on the fence!
Such an exotic creature (at least to me), beautiful photo.
thank you, yes they are unique especially there patterns on their skin, they are quite common in Australia.
Beautiful photo! What an endearing little guy! Where in Australia are you?
Hi, I am in the outback Qld, close to the S.A boarder really in the middle of no where.
Oh wow that’s pretty remote. It must be beautiful there, though. I’m in Melbourne.
Yes it is amazing out here, I am going to Melbourne over the holidays, it will be hard to be back in civilization
but Im sure Ill get use to it.
Just lazing around….love it
This is a really strange onje, Callie. Nature is wonderful, and with surprises.
yes its great we can all share our unique nature and wildlife with the world with blogging. The Goanna is slowly becoming my mate and not too scared. I dont see too many humans so the wildlife is my enjoyment.
This is crazy. Eye contact!!
yes I was quite close , thankfully the Goanna stayed nice and calm,Thanks for your comments
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