I love that 1st pic in colour, Lowell! Your pics make it look like you were way off in the wilderness - what a great place that is.
Oh, what a wonderful place, Lowell!! I would love to visit there! The turtles are huge and amazing!! Terrific captures, thanks so much for sharing!!
The first photo is very good.
I'm sure the turtles appreciate that foundering boat.That first shot is breathtaking.
That turtle parade is very nice, Lowell.
Wonderful journey; especially like the village shacks.In trying to synch all my Apple computers/iphone, I've had nothing but trouble since. Back to Apple Tech tomorrow. Scroll bar absent from many sites; working on it.
Great shots! I am enjoying the trip!
Okay, now you see, heavenly and interesting as this might look, I would never, ever go paddling there... I mean, what happens if you capsize? Does saying a few Hail Marys help even if you've never said one in your life before???
turtles sunning themselves; they have put sunscreen?
tres belle balade et belle brochette de pin-up qui se font bronzer ;)
Fantastic, the sepia effect really takes that image back to the 19th century!
The first photo is outstanding! I like them all, but especially the first one.
More wonderful pictures! I feel like I have been on this trip with you. I just love the sepia version of that tree. Nice reflection too.
Wow this is so interesting. Old landing dock and village and then Turtles!--pretty neat. MB
Landing is always a good word to hear when on water. I really liked your trip and I hope the both of you enjoyed it!
I would suggest to rename the Silver River in Turtles River.Impressive pictures, Lowell !
I'm loving this tour and I especially love all those turtles lined up on that log.
Loving this --missing this -- wishing I could be in two places at once.
The turtles all in a row are so funny! Love their different colors too.
That's quite a turtle traffic jam!
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