|Copyright: Manyee Desandies (manyee)
|Date Taken: 2011-08-20|
|Camera: Canon Powershot SX210IS|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2011-08-30 11:00|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
They have eyes that can move independently and look in two directions at once, as well as swivel nearly 180 degrees. They are therefore able to look in any direction, and even follow moving objects, without turning their heads or shifting body position. When a prey animal is spotted, both eyes will focus on the insect in order to perceive depth.
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Hi Manyee, Waoow now this one is on the money my friend, splendid detailed sharpness with good details, amazing and unusual eye hmmm, impressive lighting with lovely colours, great job Manyee and very well done,
very nice head with good details and beautiful colours
i like this shot
thanks greeting lou
These are amazing creatures and you did a fantastic job showing the incredible profile these odd creatures display. Their casque really sets them apart from the other chameleon species. :)