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July 15 2014

MerelyGifted
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September 26 2013

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I saw this gecko through a banana leaf while lounging on a hammock near Capt. Cook, HI.

It’s called Gold-Dust Day Gecko …catchy name. They are indigenous to Madagascar and were introduced to Hawaii (like almost all plants and animals found in HI) sometime in the ’70s.

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I saw this gecko through a banana leaf while lounging on a hammock near Capt. Cook, HI.

It’s called Gold-Dust Day Gecko …catchy name. They are indigenous to Madagascar and were introduced to Hawaii (like almost all plants and animals found in HI) sometime in the ’70s.

   (via Gordon Gecko | alexstjean)

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Madagascar Gold Dust Day Gecko - Hawaii

Hawaiian gecko (by Prophoto 7591)

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Madagascar Gold Dust Day Gecko - Hawaii

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The combination of my passion for the natural world and my love of macro photography resulted in this shot of a baby Madagascar day gecko hiding in a succulent plant on my back deck in Spreckelsville, Maui. In the morning before work, I love to take my coffee with me to my deck gardens and watch the geckos start to appear and warm themselves in little warm spots of sun.

One windless morning, movement and a flash of color caught my eye. This baby gecko apparently felt very safe in its hiding place, as it allowed me to get very close. I dropped to the deck, camera in hand, and slowly crawled forward until I was inches away. —Lauren Hogan

   (via Gecko Picture — Maui Wallpaper — National Geographic Photo of the Day)

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Not being much of a macro guy, I don’t use my Tokina 100mm f2.8 very much. Tack sharp, it worked well here - no flash, tripod, or cropping.

The gecko looks damned relaxed. And yeah, I drank the beer after.

Aloha
Steve

Gecko and a beer, Kona, Hawaii (by SteveD.)

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Madagascar Gold Dust Day Gecko - Hawaii

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Madagascar Gold Dust Day Gecko - Hawaii

September 27 2012

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