Chameleon-San © 2010 Konstantin Volke. All rights reserved.


Taken in Tokyo, Japan.

This Chameleon is for sale in Sacco’s favourite reptile shop. She goes there every second week to buy crickets for her – well – reptiles.

The owner is a really nice guy and sometimes I go there alone and also practise my rudimental Japanese a bit. This time I brought my camera along and took a picture of this newly arrived animal. He also allowed me to hold it in my hands from where it crept along my arms and shoulder towards my neck. A quite tickleing experience.

By the way: The suffix san means Mr. or Mrs. in Japanese. So the title would mean something like Mr./Mrs. Chameleon.

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