Yaprakparmakli keler - to Dietrich
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Asaccus elisae is a gecko species. It is distingushable with its fingers like leaves. It is not venomous. It feeds insects, spiders and some other small invertebrates. The photographs was taken in an ancient cave in natural condition.|
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Interesting image. You don't see often photographs of geckos.
- [2007-03-30 11:41]
Hi Ahmet, I like the way you managed to focus on the little fellow. From his nose to the tip of his tail the picture is still focused and even though he blends into the rock one can still see his little feet clearly. Good Depth of field. Nice work. Irmgard
What a cute, nice gecko! :) Very good details and interesting POV. I believe that it was not easy to take it photo :)
Anyway, how big was this specimen?
- [2007-04-19 19:55]
Ahmet, quite a rare species of gecko
thanks for posting
- [2007-04-22 14:35]
you do an awesome job. This gecko could not be better presented thsn you did. The light, the sharpness, everything perfect. My congratulations!