Egyptian sand gecko found in my garden | Dahab – Egypt
I´ve found this little guy in my garden and enjoyed taking some real close-up´s of him/her. I don´t have a book or something, but think this one belongs to the Egyptian sand geckos. If anyone out there should be a gecko lover and by chance reading this right now, please let me know, if I´m right or wrong. As it was in the shade, its system was completely shut down and I could built up a small set-up to take some great shots. As I moved him/her in the sun to have some better light (plus I was using my strobe for these macro shots), the sun rays heated up its body and there it went back to whatever it does during its daily life. I was happy with my result, what do you guys think?
On the following photo I just had to add these words – I mean what can I say? Look at him (or maybe her)! Just like a Boss! 😀
Tom is an award-winning fulltime photographer and filmmaker specializing in conservation imagery & film, photojournalism, and promotional tourism work. His scientific background as a Marine Biologist is a strong asset in creating appealing imagery and environmental storytelling. Tom has won several awards and his films have been screened on film festivals throughout the world and his work has been published in dozens of articles in international magazines and newspapers such as The Guardian, Bild der Wissenschaft, Welt am Sonntag, Diver, Tauchen, Fiji Airways Inflight magazine, and more. In 2017 he launched www.tomvierus.com for a wider portfolio and business requests. Tom is based in Suva, Fiji Islands and shares his workload between environmental assignments and promotional tourism work throughout the Pacific.
Tags: Animals, Dahab, Egypt, gecko, Lizard, Macro, Sinai