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    Default crawling beauty..

    canon 450d,tamron 200-500,f-5.6,1/250 sec.,iso-200,handheld at 450 m.m.
    i don't know the sciemtific name for this beauty..
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    Love the use of the low angle here... The sharpness is fine. More DOF would have covered the body. The water drop adds to the image. TFS
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    Bibhav Behera
    www.bibhavbehera.com

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    Is this calotes? Lovely low angle and eye contact. Agree about more DOF. Nice clean BG.
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    Mrudul Godbole

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    Nice. I dont mind the blurred body , the blured foreground is a little distracting.
    This is called Saap Surali in Marathi . Called Skink in English. Do you have any full body shots for id?

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    This is Skink. But, only on seeing the dorsal we can know the exact name.

    J.C.Daniel's book of reptiles and amphibians is a good reference manual having details of snakes, frogs, skinks, angids and calotes.

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    I like the low angle and the eye contact. Shutter speed was less, so he could not have narrowed the aperture to f8 or higher.

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    Wow. lovely catch.
    Not always.. more DOF is necessary.
    Here nose tip and scales & design on head are good point of attraction.
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    Sagar Patil,
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