Friday, December 3, 2010

Camera Critters

Turtles, a duck and koi oh my!
Well, you can hardly see the koi but he is on the right hand-side of the photo, just about in the middle, a faint 'splash' of orange, if you will pardon the pun. They all seem to be getting along nicely in a relatively small area. Great role models don't you think?

I always look forward to Camera Critters coming around. Thank you Misty!

You can find other critter photos by clicking here.

16 comments:

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Ooh they are all getting along just perfect !
The turtles look like they are sunning themselves, and having a grand time :)

diane said...

The turtles are funny, they look like they are having a union meeting, maybe to throw out the duck and koi from their area.

MarieElizabeth said...

Ooh, I love the turtles!

Out on the prairie said...

You caught them when they weren't looking. Turtles have really good eyesight and usally run when movement occurs.Very nice capture.

eileeninmd said...

Great capture of all three critters, Denise. The turtles do enjoy the basking in the sun.

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

LOVE the turtles!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Denise, Those turtles look like they are enjoying the sunshine.... We have some wicked weather coming --so I'll bet our turtles are 'in hiding'....ha...

Great critters... Great picture.
Hugs,
Betsy

Valerie said...

Lovely. The turtles make a pretty good crowd scene.

SeaThreePeeO said...

Great picture!

Trish ~ ♥ ~ said...

in a perfect world ...

chubskulit said...

Love those turtle parade.

Silverback gorillas

(Diane) Bibliophile By the Sea said...

Denise, thanks for brightening my day with your photos.

Kay said...

I guess they're all leaning on each other which is a good thing to do.

jabblog said...

We could all learn a thing or two by observing nature more closely.

lina@happy family said...

I can see the koi fish. I love seeing them all. Great capture, Denise...

Margaret Cloud said...

I like turtles and always glad to see them together. I like to go by the river and see them lined up on a tree or log.