wow! a stunning capture!!
Hello, Jacob ! Non, je n'ai pas pu monter dans la Montgolfière !Votre photo d'aujourd'hui est étonnante avec un jeu de rayures et de couleurs
Was he following you around all day again? Pesky little devil. Love the focal point here and the look of the water. Very nice shot Jacob.
I love how his "chin" is so high!
beau coup d'oeil, elle semble très intriguée par le photographe ;o))nice glance, her seems very intrigued by the photographer ;o))
Wonderful image and colors. Great shot.
A bold turtle, I'd say. The ones here tend to be shy - sun on logs in the water and slide into the wet at the the first sight of a camera.
What a posture, definitely gorgeous! I love turtles!Léia
He just thought he was being stuck-up and pretending you didn't see him.....or else he just needs glasses. MB
Surprising funny turtle.
Are all turtles in Ocala "stuck up?"
Who are we staring at? You, honey! We don't have any like you in France, except one-inch ones for sale in pet shops. I've heard that some people have let them loose in rivers or ponds though, after they tired of having them in an aquarium, and they're doing great damage to the local wildlife...
Fabulous angle on that shot Jacob! What a little cutie. He reminds me of those little pet turtles they used to sell in the dime store when I was a kid. He certainly is giving you the once over!
At Safe Leif - You betcha! And with good reason!
He looks a bit grumpy and ornery. I wonder if this turtle lives in a retirement pond community? Do you think they increased his dues??I live between two ponds and as result, my backyard is a wildlife "highway" all summer long. Painted turtles like this guy, snappers and even a goose and duck family stumble through our yard as they make their way! We love it! Cheers to you and Lois Anne!
You've got a lot going on here to make this great picture. The grass, sticks and sand, the horizontal line of the water, the light reflections off the waves......And of course Wurtle the Turtle. My wife will love this one.
I love turtles and had a few species at my parents' garden when I was young and still lived there. One of them came by plane from Angola in a gift box with a red ribbon as hand luggage! Now see the difference in what concern security measures those days!... The photo is gorgeous! The water in the background is truly amazing! Great composition indeed!
Thank you so much for your congratulations, Jacob!
How big is this guy? He doesn't look like the little dime-store kind.
That is a cute turtle that found you. Looks to me like it posed for you.
What an adorable turtle! That little guy looks like a turtle I came across the other dayl. They are so fun to try to photograph! Great blog!
I like it!
love the water bokeh! At my joint, the japanese benchwarmers are for your butt!
@ Frank - I'd say about a foot across the widest side of his shell...
@ JM - Thanks. Nice to hear good words from a turtle lover!
I imagine the nice thing about turtles is that you have plenty of time to compose your photo! It's gorgeous! The water is incredible! Actually, I've decided it's a she and that she liked you!
What a cool photo--love the way the water looks here.
Brilliant capture, cute looking turtle! What is this little guy doing? Some stretching? Very cool!
Great capture! Lovely perspective!
Hehehe! Good one!
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Love this turtle, he's handsome and he knows it.
This is another amazing photo!!! The layering, the textures, the perspective - it's a winner!
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