“It’s Not Easy Being Green” by highlighting a reptile, distantly related in the Tetrapoda classification. While visiting my daughter last week, a green anole came out to sun himself. I had seen the same lizard the previous day but it was in a “brown” state since it was on wicker furniture and has a chameleon-like ability to blend into its surroundings. We also were able to see it’s red throat fan as it encountered another lizard and again as it sensed I was a little to close.I chose to give homage to that affable amphibian, Kermit the Frog, who sang the song
“I’m green. It will do fine. It’s beautiful, and I think it’s what I want to be.”
This post is in response to the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: It IS Easy Being Green.
*If you occasionally visit my blog, you may notice that the header changes with the changing of the seasons. My rural road is back to Spring!
Does it count if we say “we are green with envy”….just kidding! LOL!
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