Sunday, March 13, 2011

Laundry Room Visitor

With the warmer weather, these little guys (and gals I guess) are everywhere...
Found this fellow hanging out on my laundry basket when I went out to start another load of wash...He was just as curious about me and my camera as I was about him...

After taking his photo I released him outside behind the trash cans so the cats could not find him.

Blessings Kelsie

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15 comments:

On Crooked Creek said...

Kelsie,
Before your "catch and release" did you check to see if it was a talking lizard? Might have just "thrown out a fortune with the wash"! Kidding. .. early St. Patrick's Day Blarney. I'm a "wee" bit Irish, you know!
Fondly,
Pat

Verde Farm said...

This must be the Geiko Gekko’s cousin :)

Joanne said...

I don't mind bugs or spiders, but when it comes to lizards I am a big huge scaredy cat! I would have run off screaming! great pictures...he's kind of cute...but not cute enough for me to touch him! :o) Blessings, Joanne

A Garden of Threads said...

Wow, what a find. He makes a wonderful green and white mosaic.

Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook said...

He's cute!
at your house :)
at mine, I'd probably scream!

Mary Elizabeth said...

I spend most of the winter in Florida, and last year I had a visitor too!
He spent quite a bit of time in my kitchen, and he seemed very content!
Cute mosaic!!

KathyB. said...

I think the little geckos are so cute, and prefer them over bugs, spiders, and flies in the house. Plus, in many warm climates roaches are frequent visitors too , so a hungry gecko or two decorating your walls and ceilings would be a practical visitor.

Bernie said...

It's a lot cuter than the geckos we get in and around our houses here. Lovely shade of green!

Darla said...

Soon they will be blowing their necks up in the mating dance thingy they do...and I have already seen a skink this year..

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

He's a cutie. V

LindyLouMac said...

Hi there this is my first time joining in with Monday Mosaic and I am now hopping around from Italy viewing all the wonderful blogs that join in. What a cute little visitor!

Snap said...

cute little anole ... spring must be close!!!!

Kymberly Foster Seabolt said...

Oh isn't he cute.

At YOUR house.

At my house, there would be screaming.

(I don't like to be startled. If you SAID, green thing on laundry basket at 1 o'clock, I'd be all kinds of fine but just to sneak up on me, No. No thank you!)

:)

Genie said...

A great macro capture for your mosaic...and it is green to beat. You are one clever gal this week. You little pal looks like he’s a bit nervous. I know he was happy to be back outside in his own environment.

Rhodes Creations said...

What magnificent pictures! They are wonderful! Keep up the good work! Love ya! Laura
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