Awww, how cute! We both had turtles in mind today! Great post for the day, Mary!Sylvia
The turtles leave shadows as rotund as their shells. Perfect for a sunny warm day. Too bad about the algae, perhaps some light dredging or something. Happily the terrapins aren't complaining about the green...
Thanks Ralph, I didn't know what it was...
That's definitely a form of algae and a bad case of it too! Those turtles are called red-eared sliders because of the red stripe down the sides of their heads and their ability to slide quickly into the water when they sense danger. I've had one for the last 22 years. He was the size of a quarter when I got him out of a little pond we were fishing in and now he's as big as a dinner plate :) Great shadow shot Mary!
What a sweet shot of turtles - great shadows!
I love turtles. It is nice to see you here Mary!Have a great weekend! Anne
Gorgeous shadows!My Shadow Shots, have a blessed Sunday!
They are called honu here. So cute.
What a wonderful shot of the turtles and their shadows.Paz
Yikes that is green! Those turtle sure are cute though! I hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend Mary :)
I love turtles, they're such peaceful creaturesI hope the parks people solve the algae problem
I love to see happy turtles! They don't know their environment is in trouble yet and I hope it is corrected soon for these guys, if for no other reason.
The turtles make such neat shadows!
Are those turtles green, or is the green background reflected onto them? Maybe my eyes are seeing things.
I wonder if turtle shadows are faster than turtles... Great shadow shot!
Wonderful turtles and turtle-shadows. I do hope the algae problem gets resolved, however.Kay, Alberta
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