Wednesday, November 30, 2011

These reptiles are ready for their (extreme) close-up


Mark Bridger/Solent News

A gecko licks its own eyes. These lizards have no eyelids; instead, they have a transparent membrane that they lick to keep clean.

Mark Bridger/Solent News

A chameleon's coiled-up tail.

Mark Bridger/Solent

A chameleon shows its true colors (well, some of them, anyway) in this close-up.

Mark Bridger/Solent News

This South American horned frog looks a little bit like Christmas with its bright red and green colors.

U.K. photographer Mark Bridger took these remarkable?images of chameleons, geckos, and frogs. Bridger employed a technique known as macro photography, which uses a powerful lens to get extremely close shots, according to Solent News.


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