This is a fantastic shot. At first, I too was like 'what the hell kind of fish is that'. Then, I saw the arms/legs.
When I 1st saw this photo, it looked like a profoundly odd fish. Upon seeing it a 2nd time, I see the top of the lizard's head and realize it's an iguana. Fascinating on several levels!
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@sina lakzayi err, what?
@Bebka Barusova photo*
Wonderful! Quite the picture. Such a surreal looking creature, like it's right out of a dream. Amazing!
Hamdy Mostafa have you seen Allah? have you seen God? I never seen God but i believe in God and i have faith in God. All we need is to respect every religion.
look at the sky !
look at the cave!
look at the spectacular!
look at the water!
look at these small things in the water!
all this creatures proves the greatness of the creator
who created all these amazing things?!
really .. No God but allah
@Francisco Prieto just like you.
@Can Cihan just like you. <3
That is the most spectacular iguana I have ever seen photographed. Usually they're just sitting and staring at the camera.
Very inspiring and refreshing to see a natural image which goes beyond the usual cliches of the vast amount of nature photography being presented these days.
Thank you for expanding the visual wonderment of our fragile, natural world
picture perfect and we see that he holds his arms next to his body at swimming, very interesting to know !!!
@Majid friha thank you <3
,,,,,,,,,Lock-nest Monster is a coming!!!! This is perhaps as spectacular as it gets,.just wish the photographic genius who arted it described/disclosed his gear.
@Once again yes, we need to be ready %100 of the time. Crazy capture.
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