Posts Tagged ‘cuban rock iguanas’

It has been awhile between posts, due to renovation projects at home. I have also been busy preparing a large selection of imagery for clients – no time to shoot new stuff. As I was preparing my images I came to these two and thought I would share them.
A few years ago I was on Cayo Largo, a small island off the South coast of Cuba, which has a healthy population of cooperative Cuban Iguanas. While I was framing the above Iguana it suddenly displayed threatening behaviour towards another Iguana. I shot and hoped for the best. The Iguana image below, however, is my favorite, due to the primitive/prehistoric look of this large male.

Many of the small islands in Cuba, such as Cayo Largo or Cayo Guillermo, are very quiet, safe places to visit with many great photographic possibilities, particularly around the mangrove wetlands.

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