The brown anole is a common sight across Florida. Often referred to as lizards, this highly invasive species was imported to the state from Cuba or the Bahamas. Most Floridians don't mind the little creatures as they eat a lot of bugs.
The distinctive markings on the back of this individual identify it as a female.
This picture was taken at Clam Bayou in Gulf Port, Florida on the west coast of Florida.
This guy seems to be hanging on for dear life. Or maybe he's gazing into what he thinks is a crystal ball. Either way he is spectacular. I was questioning my photographic future when I captured this image.