Entering the house of a dedicated gecko keeper can be a weird experience, especially if the gecko “collection” is integrated into the decor of the home.  For many “not your average living room” is an understatement:

Gecko Time hopes to run a biweekly series of photo essays, beginning tomorrow, about the gecko related goings-on in different people’s homes.  Anyone can participate, whether you have a single gecko in one cage, a dedicated “gecko room” in the basement or a gecko collection scattered throughout your home.

We need your participation.  All you have to do is send in 4-8 photos of your geckos in your home, your name and a very brief bio.  You can write some comments, or you can leave it to the editors (at your own risk!).  Please send all materials to Aliza Arzt at [email protected]

The first photo-essay will run tomorrow and should give you an idea of what this could look like.  We’re looking forward to seeing a lot of very cool gecko, gecko enclosure, gecko art and home decor pictures!

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Aliza is a home care speech therapist living in the Boston area. She successfully bred a variety of gecko species between 2005 and 2017. She currently cares for a large number of geckos as well as a few frogs and bearded dragons. Other interests which she pursues in her copious free time include work in ceramics, practicing aikido and surfing the internet.

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