There are quite a few natural life forms here in the Yucatan that I have managed to photograph: birds, insects and animals. I have frequently found iguanas emerging from piles of rocks or from crevices in walls to bask in the warmth of the sun. This fellow had his cheeks puffed out, something I had not seen previously in my wandering through the countryside with the camera. My first thoughts were that this likely had to do with searching for a mate, for the feminine.
Looking at the iguana in the photograph back on my computer after the walk, I thought of urobos, the lizard who tries to consume himself, to feed himself, to somehow become transformed. And then as I looked at the head, I had a fleeting thought that it resembled a penis. A penis in search of nourishment, in search of nourishing, in search of the feminine.