Maybe they're watching the alligators eating the aliens?
Well they're pretty cute! good one.V
The first line makes you wonder about the dare and the scare and immediately under the photo you mention something that's a bit relieving... :-) Cute capture and an interesting post Jacob!Pixellicious Photos
If my girls had been there, they would have been figuring how to catch one and bring it home.
but they do look worried!
Super shot.Those little guys are very intent looking a something. MB
Très mignons !Il n'y a pas de "snowapocalypse" chez vous ? Ici nous avons du beau soleil.
You CAN'T title like this: I BELIEVED it!
Cute, cute. But I'm glad the gators weren't around.
What beautiful children. That barefoot one on the grate though, those precious little toes look like alligator appetizers.
LOL, they sure look interested in the fish and boaters.
Tom and Huck?
Beautiful Shot !! Kids are so innocent !!
Inocentes miradas!!! Un saludo.
They are so cute! I love the bare feet on the little guy.
They look so cute! Great capture, Jacob!
I'm always amazed at how barefooted kids can walk on things such as this grating! Cute children!!
Look how adorable these sweet boys are! Having four daughters, someday I hope to have a grandson or five:)We are currently in the midst of a snow storm, Jacob. Leif and I are thinking of taking an office field trip to Ocala this week. Know of anyplace that might have a vacancy?
OMG! So cute and adorable...love the bare feet.
No, the REAL story is they were watching the gators gobble the fishies and boaters...
Yikes, mind those toes! Who knows what's living underneath that platform.
They look so mesmerised!
They certainly seem fascinated by something. It's cold over here in Orlando. I want my money back! Or maybe an extra blankie.
Oh, oh, oh! Don't scare me like that!(I notice one of the cuties is barefoot, none of that around here!)Three Rivers Daily Photo
Cute kids! Maybe do they want to take a bath?
@ Allison - Of course. You could pretend you're interesting in buying a villa at Stone Creek and rent one really cheap for a few days...oh, no, that's right, you're too young!Darn.Well, I think the Holiday Inn might have a room or two...
Cute kids! Nice capture of expression!!!!
A very cute catch!
Kind of dangerous to wear sandals or go out in bare feet, isn't it? What if the gators have a preference for little toes?
@ EG - Nah...actually gators aren't likely to bother a human. I've been right next to them a number of times. You don't want to aggravate them, and you don't want to feed them...if they associate food with humans, then you've got a problem. When we first moved to Florida we went down to the Keys and there was a huge alligator in a pond on a key close to Key West - can't remember the name. That gator would come right up a little ramp where we were standing and we'd feed it popcorn.We had no clue how dangerous that was. It was absolutely stupid! And we were probably very lucky.Gators have killed and eaten people who have been swimming in some of the hot springs areas in Florida...they probably saw the arms and legs flashing in the water and took them for fish!But that's a very rare occurrence.Usually, though, if someone gets attacked by a gator it's because that person got too close or tried to poke it or threw something at it. Or the gator may have been hungry...I understand they eat only once a month. Or, the gator may have been protecting its nest.We used to ride bikes down in the Everglades and sometimes we'd see over a hundred gators in a 15-mile loop. Some were sunning themselves on the pavement and you had to ride around them. But I often stopped close and took pictures. But not when they were nesting...then we rode by them very quietly and very fast.So, this little guy's toes weren't in any danger!
Bigger little one seems to be looking at fishies and boaters...Smaller little one seems to be looking really at gators...God bless you!Cezar
They look cute and so absorbed..Are they yours?
@ Afv - Goodness, no. They were there with there parents. Those could have my kids, say ... ah ... about 45 years ago!
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