How nice would it be to spend the day on a yellow bloom? A tiny baby brown anole enjoyed the sunshine on Bartram’s Oenothera grandifloria.
You never know who is watching while working in the garden. I spotted the head of a toad peeking from a hole. It burrowed into the soft soil the Cicada Wasps have dug up.
While working near the house, I found this brown anole watching me from a weep hole between the bricks. The brown anoles live out front and the greens are in the back yard. (He is small and the photos were taken with a phone, so not the best.)
This time, I’m the one watching this little green anole. It is so tiny and cute exploring the world it just entered.
A Brown Anole (Anolis sagrei) has been hanging out in the moss rocks. It knew I was watching him and stood still for some photos.
The Brown Anole has an interesting pattern on its back.