This is Puff, my old Chinese Water Dragon that I had for two years in high school in his 55 Gallon tank. When I went to college, I had to give him away and found out later that he died of malnutrition from being improperly fed by his new owners. I miss him as he was a great lizard that I had plans to build him a large enclosure just for him but that didn't work out. My mother used to sing "Puff the Magic Dragon" to him and he would cock his head and listen to her, which is how he got his name as Puff.
He's swimming in a large tub of water in this photo, enjoying his "wander time" when I would take him out of his tank and let him run around.
I chose to keep the grain, noise and hair to show how original this photo is. It was taken with a really old Pentax black and white 35mm film camera during my high school photography class in 1999-2001, if that tells you how old I am...
It was also developed in the darkroom by myself. The hair/dust is from the miniscule dust/hair being on the projector lens as the image was projected onto the photo paper and showed up like this when it was developed in the photo developing chemical tubs in the darkroom.
Good ol' Puff the Magic Water Dragon.