Saturday, February 16, 2008

Photo Hunters #56: Free

The Photo Hunters theme this week is: free. Here is my Lizard Observation Pen. The lizard inside here is not free. He must stay in the Pen while I study him. I think he likes it inside the Lizard Observation Pen, because I put some leaves in there. Making your observations as close to nature as possible is part of being a good scientist.
Here is a different lizard. This lizard is free. He probably wishes he could be inside the Pen.
Here is a close-up of the free lizard. See his scales? If you want to be a scientist, you must look at things closely. If you click on the lizard, you can see him even bigger!


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73 Notes for Daisy:

Mach said...

Hi, Daisy!

Do let us know of your insights into lizard-psyche. :p

Have fun and happy weekend to u and Pixie! :D

Hootin' Anni said...

Aha!!! Daisy, this is just like 'free TV'....cool.

My 'free' photo is shared...come by and visit ---it's there for your viewing, for 'free'. Oops, no I guess not --it's costing money to use the computer of yours and being online. Oh well, stop by for a visit, if you can!!!

Krista said...

I love lizards, Daisy! Thanks for the chance to look at some.

WillThink4Wine said...

Good morning Daisy! I love your observation pen. Your Mom finds you so much cool stuff!

I wanted to let you know that we do not have Alligators at The Swamp. If we did, I would never let the boys out! We do have some water moccasins, but they the boys do not like to get near the water. ;-)

Gandalf & Grayson's Mom.

topcatrules said...

That is such a cool post!!!

Dragonheart & Merlin said...

Those are terrific lizard photos, Daisy! It is so cool that you can study lizards. We have never seen a real, live lizard.

Poppy Q said...

Daisy I think you should name him tasty.

Have a nice weekend and I hope Pixie gets a banana.

Poppy Q

TorAa said...

Great entry.

-d ma said...

your lizard spa scheme gave me some sympathy for the lizards. now after looking at the closeup, not so much.

Amber-Mae said...

I can see that you really want to get it in the 1st photo. Look at your round eyes!

Love licks,
Solid Gold Dancer

The Whiskers & Purrs Gang said...

Dearest Daisy,
You is the bestest and smarterest scientist EVER. Please tell us more 'bout them lizards. What do they taste like? Are they chewy or crunchy???

Very truly yours,
The Whiskers & Purrs Gang

jientje said...

You are such a great scientist! I love it!

Lynn said...

I think I'd like to be the lizard that is free to roam around. :)

My free post is here.

Chikai said...

those lizard shots looks very interesting. is the first one a house lizard?

hope you can check out my entries when you have the time. it's here, here, here, and here. thanks! :)

Eric and Flynn said...

That wuz furry inchresting to see the lizzerds up close. Are you going to taste them after you haf finished examining them?

Diamond Emerald-Eyes said...

I hoped you put some bugs in there so the lizard can eat.

Juliana RW said...

You have great photos

Will u visit my “Free“ Thanks and have a nice weekend

Alasandra said...

YOu are a very good scientist Daisy.

We are studying electricity in our photo. It is a very unscientific study though.

~Scylla & Charybdis

Cat-a-holic, Lilly and Laila said...

You are so lucky, Daisy, to have your own lizard. His house is way cool! The free lizard looks like one of those baby ally gators.

Nancy Lindquist-Liedel said...

That is so cute. Poor lizard though. He probably thought he was on his way to your spa.

Sarge Charlie said...

Lizard observation pen, that is funny, I don't care who you are. When I opened your post and read it aloud miss bee cracked up.

Mickey said...

Good lesson about FREE and
NOT FREE :) You make a good teacher :)
I like your lizard close up ;)Purrs Mickey

texas_sweetie said...

professional looking shots and very pretty lizard u got there..check out my photohunter too

The Cat Realm said...

I am not so sure Daisy. I know a thing or two about lizards too - and I don't think the free lizard really would like to be in your observation pen, hahahahahaha
Karl

Heather said...

That is so cute!

Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

i am sure all lizards would love you be in your lizard pen honey! they are going to have such fun in there!

smiles, auntie bee
xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo

michico*Adan said...

Dear Daisy,

Being limit free might be another way to let your lizard "safe", at least before you want to "cook" him, he is safer in there than at outdoor, hahaha~!!!

I think the last 2 free lizard photos is very cool~!

Purr,
Adan

Sanni said...

Happy Hunting, Professor Daisy!

Your entry rocks my socks as usual!

Purr-fect!

zevo calamari said...

Totally cool pictures.. you are THE lizard huntress!

jenianddean said...

Your pen is sort of like the lobster tank at the grocery. You get to pick out your favorite to eat!!!

Great photo hunters!
-Jasper McKitten-Cat

The Taylor CatSSSSS said...

Daisy, we think your lizard pen is cool. However, you have made Mommy scream! She is afraid of lizards....what a wimp! :)

Cats~Goats~Quotes said...

That's a cool lizard. I biggified it and could see his little feet!

~ Miss Emily

Scooby, Shaggy & Scout said...

Daily, you are very methodical with your observations.

Black Cat said...

Great Photo Hunters entries Daisy. I love your Lizard Observation Pen and it was very thoughtful of you to put some leaves in there to make him feel more natural!

Also, conCATulations to you and Skeezix on going steady! I love the fashion he made for you:) xxx

jams o donnell said...

Nice take. Interesting and educational! Happy weekend

Lorianna said...

That observation pen is so cool Daisy. How fun for you and Pixie! And when you're done they can be set free. Unless you are very hungry. ;)
Have a fun weekend!
Love and Purrs,
Lorianna

Hot(M)BC said...

Free is nice, but inside is better. More foods!
Purrrrrrrs,
Mini

Cheysuli and gemini said...

That is an excellent study Daisy! I am impressed.

Dragonstar said...

You are free to study the lizard in the pen, Daisy. Very important for a scientist.

Cat Naps in Italy said...

Wow! Daisy you sure a smart, interesting and beautiful cat! You should have your own animal show. We can call it "Daisy, the Lizard Hunter"! You can teach all of us kitties about the other animals in the world! How does that sound? I bet Little Productions might even be interested in picking up your show.

YOU COULD BE FAMOUS!!!!!!

Kitty kisses from Italy,
Opus and Roscoe

Forum Entrepreneur said...

daisy.you are a nice photographer.i like your all photo...thanks for sharing.

The Meezer Gang said...

Thank you, Daisy for your warm congratulations!!!

Sabrina, Sam and Simon said...

Momma and Daddy have little lizards at their country place! Maybe they will bring one home for us someday ... hee hee!
Purrs and headbbutts,
Sabrina, Sam and Simon

Lux said...

You teach me so many things about lizards, Daisy ... I wish I had a lizard to watch close-up!

P.S. We've done the Bloglines thing, too - very convenient!

Artsy Catsy said...

Daisy, you are truly a compassionate scientist to provide your subjects with leaves and comfortable domain. And your big, beautiful eyes have blessed you with remarkable powers of observation.

Study on!
Rocky

Jan said...

Oh, Daisy, at the rate you are learning about lizards, you could end up with your own TV reality show, Daisy's Lizards (or whatever you wanted to call it).

jans funny farm

Mo said...

Your mommie has gotten to be such a good lizard photographer, she could work for National Geographic! You can study the lizards and she can photograph 'em -- maybe you need to contact Animal Planet.
I know we would watch Daisy The Lizard Hunter every week!


Not The Mama & Jazper

goldenshade said...

Wow!! Wonderful job at coralling that beast. I wish I had such a pen and such a beast. They look tasty but do those scales get caught in the teeth?

~Goldie

JB's Big World said...

You are like the Lizard Doctor. That is a cool observation pen. Do you put other animals in it too?
--JB

Lois Grebowski said...

I wouldn't mind one of those lizard pens... That is cool!

Victor Tabbycat said...

I WANNA LIZZARD! Not just fur play, but fur studying, acourse.

Angus said...

Your scientific observations are very astute, Professor Daisy! I like the way you set up your observation pen for closeup viewing of your specimen..I wonder, is it possible that your reptile knows my crustaceans?

moshix2/aka: sachie said...

where do i get lizards?? me want one!!

Queen Snickers and Empress said...

That would be cool if you had a nature show Daisy! I would watch!~Queen Snickers

Kimo & Sabi said...

That lizard looks like he could use some lotion.

A. said...

I am delighted to dicover that you are a scientist Daisy! We need more like you in this world!

PKPWV said...

You are a scientist Daisy. that's so cool...lizards are funny looking.

Kodak, Winton and 3 Perf

DaisyMae Maus said...

Yum ... Lizards. Do captive lizards taste as yummy as your free-range lizards?
DMM

Theresa H. Hall said...

NIce lizard your Mommie brought you. How long does it have to stay in the observation lab?

Bobby

Chairman Mao said...

Daisy, you are a furry good scientist! And hehe, that's a great lizzard to study. Maybe he'll listeun when you try to teach him mannurs!

Kittyhugs and purrs from MaoMao!

Marilyn MonREOW said...

I am impressed with your scientific acumen, Daisy dear! Perhaps one day you will win a Kitty Nobel!

Purrs and snuggles from Marilyn.

The Devil Dog said...

Dear Daisy, the boy would love to have your lizard, but mom said no to pets that she has to feed live things to. I think she is really afraid I might try to eat it.

Roxy

TT said...

Do you watch the lizards to learn their behaviour? It would helps you trap them for an easy bake oven dinner I think.

denz said...

wow! you have a very nice picture and I love the way you put consistency of the picture, indeed that is a great post for this week theme! keep it up!!!

check mine:
PhotoHunt-1
PhotoHunt-2
Have a great Weekend!!!

Mec said...

lizards give me the creeps but yes, they are free creatures... maybe because they also creep other people out?

ahehe...

wonderfully taken pictures, by the way :)

Tyler said...

Daisy, Daisy, Daisy, do you REALLY believe that guy wouldn't prefer to be free? Why don't you open the door and see if he stays there?

Wrigley & Cobalt said...

Wow, you are very lucky to have your very own pet lizard, Daisy. It must be very fun to look at.

Ruis said...

Hahahaha. Forgive me... hahahahha. You make me laugh out loud! Hahaha.

(A day without Daisy, is a day without laughing)

Andrée said...

this is the most unique and interesting post of the week! I had no idea they had little pens for lizards. You could raise your own!

divakitty said...

Does he also count as FREE food?

Ariel said...

My mom loves lizards after seeing this post she says she wants one.
Yet I told her she better not.

Siani said...

Thank you for posting the lizard pics, Daisy. Like you, I'm very fond of lizards - but not in soup!

Rocky, Angie & S'more said...

Hi Daisy,
We think you are a very good scientist :) Your Mommy takes wonderful pictures, too!

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