Clicks: Phelsuma mutabilis

Phelsuma mutabilis on a tree in southern MadagascarThis website has been dead for too long. I hope to revive it in the near future, coupled with a change of domain and a shift in focus. That is to say, there is a great deal of change coming up. In the meantime, I plan to upload a few photos that break from my usual theme and have been touched up quite a bit in Photoshop. These are all photos that were previously almost discarded, but with the magic of Photoshop’s Adoble Camera Raw, I was able to rescue them. This photo of Phelsuma mutabilis is just such an example.

Until the migration, I urge you to visit my tumblr instead (, which is where the majority of my blogging effort is going. Tumblr has provided me an excellent audience to talk about my research, which has recently surpassed photography for me. I will never give up photography, and I intend to maintain my websites, but they are all in need of a drastic overhaul.

In August I will be returning to Madagascar to conduct research on endangered frogs in the rainforests of the north east (assuming we are able to procure the funding!). So a great deal more of my photography will be coming out following that trip. But as I say, a migration of domain will happen with that, as I intend to change this website to become my professional profile. I will of course keep you posted as we move forward.

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