Stranded Iguana

“Courage is the human virtue that counts most — courage to act on limited knowledge and insufficient evidence. That’s all any of us have.”
– Robert Frost

Stranded Iguana – 5″ x 7″ Watercolor

Li took the photo of this poor, stranded iguana in Belize.  She said the river came up after he was out there and she really felt for him.   I hope it wasn’t too long before he was able to get back to dry land.   Oh…  I took creative liberties with his coloring, since he was in no position to fight me on it.  he he  😀

About Robert Frost

Robert Frost, the influential American poet known for his rural settings, uncluttered language, and meditative themes, wrote the poems, “A Road Not Taken” and “Mending Walls,” among many others. He was born in San Francisco in 1874 and moved to Massachusetts at age 11. He ran a farm for ten years, selling it to move to England and become a full-time poet. After achieving his goal, he moved back to New Hampshire. His ambition was to write “a few poems it will be hard to get rid of.” He died in 1963.

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6 Comments (+add yours?)

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  2. lesliepaints
    Sep 28, 2011 @ 16:04:09

    Makes me smile, Beth. …and all that luscious color!

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  4. Androgoth
    Sep 21, 2011 @ 14:57:18

    Yes I like this Stranded Iguana,
    and the colouring is so deligfhtfully
    painted Beth… Of course I always
    do enjoy viewing your great work 🙂

    Androgoth XXx

    Reply

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