Discussion in 'Nature' started by Tecpatl4, May 26, 2011.
Found this in the road near my mailbox today. There is a small creek next door.
I like the POV of the first shot. It's kind of like "Man I have a long way to go ... "
I'd have to agree with sprinkle. That first shot is great.
Photographer's advice: take a quick snap before he does.
Ahhh Hikari, back to the classic one liners..... good.
Nice capture. This is the time of year they seem duty bound to cross whichever street is closest to them.
I usually stop, used to carry a broken broom handle in my truck, let em latch on then carry them across the rest of the way.
the snappers look so prehistoric. I wonder what they did a few thousand years ago when there were no streets to cross?
Apparently, the caveman did not carry a big enough stick. Survival of the fittest...
We think this is the same turtle my mom saw the other day. The lady across the street asked her son to carry it down to the other end of the street where the creek goes into the woods. We have several small children in the houses nearby. Of course being a teenager, he just carried it down to the next house and put it in the weeds there.
He wasn't trying to cross the road, he was just having some sun. After almost poking his nose with my lens, I suppose he had had enough and headed for the water
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