Garden Lizard, India

September 21

This Month in Photo of the Day: The Stories Behind Your Shots

No more than five inches long, a baby garden lizard of the Calotes genus rests on a cactus in Your Shot contributor Arpan Parui’s backyard. “I first saw it on a winter morning sitting on a brick,” Parui says. “Its dreamy eyes, basking in the pleasures of its surroundings, caught my attention.”

A researcher of ant ecology, Parui had been on an early-morning prowl for the perfect insect shot when he spotted the lizard. “Wildlife is my passion—I have spent more than three years working in the forest, and yet every day presents something new and unique.”

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