Friday, March 5, 2010

Camera Critter #100

Congratulations to Misty Dawn on her 100th post. It's a great meme, one I have enjoyed participating in for a long time now, not only for the fun of sharing but for seeing other beautiful critter photos from just about everywhere .

I took no photos of any critters this past week, so I went into my folders and found these two of a sea turtle taken a couple of years ago when on a vacation. If you want to know something about these very interesting animals, you can find that information here.


Camera Critters was created by Misty Dawn. Thank you Misty!

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34 comments:

  1. LOVE that face!! Was this taken in the wild? Just gorgeous!!

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  2. They are so sweet ! Enjoying what they do best....swimming.

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  3. Sometimes, we get them up here, too! They are amazing, aren't they? ~karen

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  4. Turtles are cool,so amazing, so unique, no matter what size they ar!. We keep watching for western pond turtles in our ponds but we haven't seen any yet.

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  5. I used to have tiny turtles as pets as a kid. They ate meat and lettuce and liked to float in the water. Still don't know if that was the proper food for a turtle...

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  6. I can make out the turtle in the second picture quite well. I like that picture a lot. I couldn't make out his distinguishing features in the first picture. It must be my eyes because no one else has mentioned this!

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  7. my buddies!
    Aloha from Hawaii my Friend


    Comfort Spiral

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  8. Wow---those big eyes are looking at you, Denise... Great pictures for "Camera Critters"....

    Have a great weekend.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  9. So very beautiful to the point it looks unreal! It's very special!

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  10. He's a character. Great shot. Hope he doesn't eat a plastic bag mistaking it for a jelly fish.There are lots of turtles dying this way. We need to keep plastic bags out of our waterways.

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  11. Lovely photos of these amazing creatures Denise - such lovely colours too. I too had to concentrate on the first picture to see the turtle but I got it in the end. A x

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  12. swell photos my girlfriend is a turtle nut...header lovely

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  13. I used to love to watch nature films about sea turtles and their egg laying and hatching. Rather amazing animals!

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  14. wow this turtle is huge and so adorable!Great shots and post for this theme!
    hugs
    Léia

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  15. Those images are absolutely awesome! They have a very artistic quality to them. Love it!

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  16. Great pictures of turtles...
    Cute face :)

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  17. Ah ... to have such MARVELOUS photos in your archives! I love both shots but think the first is my FAVE today. Great watery reflections too ;-)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  18. Denise: Nice photos of the turtle, it is a beauty.
    Dump the spammers anonymous comment, delete it forever.

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  19. The second photo close-up is great!

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  20. Turtles are amazing little fellas. Well actually some I guess are quite large. LOL
    Happy week-end.

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  21. Anything Fits a Naked Man, I loved his face too. Not taken in the wild sad to say, but at Sea Life Park in Oahu.

    A Brit in Tennessee, thank you Jo.

    KaHolly, yes they are truly amazing.

    Lanny, I agree, no matter what size all are very cool. I hope you see those western pond turtles soon and take photos pretty please :)

    gigi-hawaii, my son when he was around ten had a turtle as a pet called Big Al.

    Linda (PA_shutterbug), I know what you mean. It is a little hard to see in that first photo.

    Kay, he says hello back ;)

    Betsy from Tennessee, they certainly were. Have a great weekend too.

    Self Sagacity, those turtles are very special indeed.

    diane, isn't that awful about the plastic bags Diane? A good reminder.

    Strawberry Jam Anne, thank you Anne, yes that first photo does take some concentrating.

    i beati, thanks Sandy.

    Callie, I think I must have watched those same nature films.

    Cezar and Léia, thank you Léia.

    Misty Dawn, thank you Misty.

    lina@happy family, thank you and I agree, he does have a very cute face.

    Small Reflections, thank you and
    Hugs and blessings to you too.

    This Is My Blog - fishing guy, thank you and already deleted.

    Kate, thank you.

    Carletta, thank you.

    Patty, they are. Happy week-end to you too.

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  22. The water looks so clean and clear. The turtle look happy! Good capture, Denise!

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  23. Oh my gosh! It always amazes me how big sea turtles get. Great shots!

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  24. Cool critter, Denise! I love your turtle.

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  25. Really amazing shots! I love that turtle!!

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  26. Excellent photos Denise, I thought at first glance at the first photo it was a frog or a toad! Wonderful shots of the tortoise or is it a turtle?
    Thanks for visiting my Malaysia And Cambodia blog and your good wishes.
    Cheers.
    Melbourne Daily Photo

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  27. Such beautiful images of the turtle. Great captures, Denise!

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  28. I love sea turtles!! My daughter has worked with them since moving here (Florida) in 2004. She has since moved to San Antonio so no longer works with them. They are such beautiful creatures.

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  29. ahhh, sea turtles! my spirit animal :) my first field job was with loggerheads. I love 'em so much!! Great pictures of these guys!

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  30. These are great! It must have been fun seeing him! And pulling up an older photo hopefully brought back that joyful memory. :)

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  31. That water looks so clear. Happy CC.

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