The title of the post pretty much says it all. I was working a forest road for interesting flora when I spotted this little guy perched on the head of a cattail. I just couldn’t resist making a few images of it. The lizard cooperated nicely and allowed me to approach closer than I expected. Of course I started making shots from a bit of distance then slowly worked closer and closer until my subject finally got tired of me and scurried on down the stalk and into cover. The temptation, of course, is always to move in nice and close from the beginning. That’s a really good way to end-up without an image to show for the effort. Slow, diligent movement while observing the animals reaction and alert level is the key to success regardless of the size of animal you’re attempting to photograph.