Yup, that's a gator all right. About your comment about the local musicians, we go to performances occasionally.
Seeing an alligator would spook me, Lowell. Great job on this image!!!
You make it sound so idyllic!
Not something we see around here. Thank goodness.
Looks like he is smiling, that would be a little worrying!
wow impressive!Please take care! Even looking this critter only in pictures can you believe that I'm scared here?:O:)HugsLéia
Ohhh, this is not for me...
They give me the creeps.
Did you happen to catch the NPR story on croc and allegator sounds? Amazingly entertaining. By the way, your post reminds me I need a new pair of shoes. hahahaha
I'm not sure I could get used to seeing those big lizards around. I'll just stick with our little ones.
My kind of 'safari'! :-)
Not my type of excitement. Maybe a glass bottom boat............
I think I'll keep my arms inside the boat.
Which is why I will never, ever glide in one of 'em boats...
I like seeing native wildlife but I can't say I'd be particularly comfortable sharing the river with critters that have teeth and jaws like that. That "smile" looks malevolent to me.
:-DI crossed a such big one early in the morning laying ion the 41th road in Everglades (tamiami road)...I don't know why, but I didn't stop !Pierre
Hope they are not very hungry!!
Fantastic shot, Lowell! I know I'm in the minority, but I have a great fondness for alligators and crocodiles. I'd love to see one sunning itself on a riverbank. From the safety of a boat, of course. I have no desire to get all Steve Irwin up close and personal with them. :-)
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