As I was walking up to the gate over at my parent's house, I noticed a slight movement out of the corner of my eye. Sitting on top of the lid of the trash can, sunning herself, was a small lizard. She wasn't her usual vibrant green, since the lid is black and they like to blend in with their surroundings.
I snapped a few quick photos before she decided she didn't like being the subject of the paparazzi anymore. For this photo, she turned her head to look directly at me or rather the camera and probably thought, "I see you too, lady."
These types of lizards are pretty common here in Texas this time of year. You can even find them at most pet stores listed as Green Anoles. And, from what I've read, it seems that the ones with a white stripe down their back are female. If you handle them, be sure to wash up afterwards, as they can possibly carry salmonella and other bacteria.