An Eye for a Frilled Neck Lizard

Frilled neck lizard3 copy

Just a pile of mulch: you have to have a good eye and some local knowledge to spot the lizard. If I didn’t know they lived around here, I would have passed by, seeing nothing more than a stick at the top of the mulch heap.  Perhaps this is an offspring of the “owl companion lizard”, the one I originally photographed over sucessive seasons. It is a little smaller, but equally still, and completely focused. These little reptiles are such a joy to have in the garden.

Frilled neck lizard2


The Owl and the Lizard


By Jude Tulloch

An outsider contemporary artist, I revel in exploring ideas through visual mediums and pushing the boundaries of my creative practice. In life, I strive for balance, by caring for the earth, practicing Tai Chi and learning about the world through travel.

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