Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Water plant & turtle - Sholom Park

20 comments:

SRQ said...

I almost didn't see the turtle. He's a little fellow.

Birdman said...

Nice!

Olivier said...

on voit bien la tortue qui essaye de s'enfuir ;))

David Thomas said...

I was reading a few weeks ago about a diver who was missing down your way. He liked to look for golf balls in small bodies of water like this one. I assume you're not standing in the water while taking this photo Lowell. We wouldn't want you to be mia.

La Principessa Errante said...

You know how much I LOVE turtles, he is a little fella, but cute as a bug for sure.

RedPat said...

He looks like an escape is underway!

Linda said...

A lovely scene, Lowell...and you have captured it so well that I can almost hear the water. I love turtles, it was so nice that you caught one in this photo.

Randy said...

I hope he had one his sunscreen.

Rajesh said...

Beautiful place, very soothing to the eyes.

brattcat said...

i must be hungry, those rocks look sugar-coated.

magiceye said...

this is so beautifully cool!

Taken For Granted said...

Good photo. I might not have mistook this for corn and a rabbit. Labels are helpful sometimes. Keep a sharp eye and handy camera.

llandudnopictures said...

Looks like the turtle is soaking uo the sunshine. The water plant is very green!

Small City Scenes said...

Nice picture. I like the green and the water. Turtle is making his escape. MB

Jarart said...

It's so fun and rare to see a turtle in the "wild"!

Halcyon said...

He appears to be running from the plants.

Cezar and Léia said...

ahhh cute turtle, I love turtles!
Léia

JM said...

First time I see Canna growing in water! Amazing.

EG CameraGirl said...

The green stands up beautifully in this photos!

Amin said...

I have not seen before so like flower...Can You say name of this flower?

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