Weekly Photo Challenge – Dialogue

According to this week’s photo challenge, “dialogue can be perceived as a consensual interaction between two images” in the context of photography. In other words, when viewed together, the two photographs say something. The two photo I chose were taken in Guyana, South America. It is such a lush country where everything is just so alive. Especially when you get out of the few cities and towns scattered across Guyana, nature is so in your face that when you come across death, it is a little bit of a surprise. But it shouldn’t be – you cannot have one without the other. The Circle of Life is not a concept just for lions in the savannah.


p.s. No, I didn’t stalk the lizard until it died. These are two totally different lizards!

6 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge – Dialogue

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  2. Actually, I would be impressed if you stalked a lizard until it died and dried up into a husk!

    Good illustration of the dialogue of life and death! Watch out, little lizard! You’re next!

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