This was my best result from one and a half hours' camera work in January 2002.  The scene is the road to Joffreville and Montagne d'Ambre National Park from Diego-Suarez, about an hour after sundown.  I'm standing in the middle of the road with my camera on a tripod taking long, full minute plus exposures looking straight down the road.  The only light is coming from my vehicle's high beam headlights shining to illuminate the roadside bushes and the numerous chameleons sleeping in them.  Chameleons glow as the bright spots out on the ends of branches; despite zero wind, they appear blurred while the shutter was open so long.  This is essentially how they stand out as you drive along at night; the bigger they are, the easier it is to see them.  The four lizards visible here, two on each side of the dark void of the road in the middle, consist of Furcifer pardalis and F. oustaleti.