Watery Wednesday - Turtle Sunbathing








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Comments

Adore these photos! So cute! It looks like 2 turtles in the first photo!
Kay L. Davies said…
I don't know why, but I just love pictures of turtles! These are great.
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
march on... said…
so refreshing the water is for these turtles :)
Greyscale, yeah it is two in the first photo. They came out a little blurry though.

Thanks, Kay, they are cute :)

march on, they are always hanging out in that pond. They must love it :)
jeannette said…
Yes, it looks their place to hang out! When I saw your pic on FB I thought, oh my, I am behind, so I better get going:):)
betchai said…
oh so cute and adorable, turtles on top of another.
Jeanette, Thanks for stopping by :)

Betchai, yes, turtles humping :) I hated to intrude on their private moment LOL!
Claro Santiago said…
love the turtles. Looks like they have their own world, so happy.

hope you can visit me too.

http://sikodaker.blogspot.com/
ewok1993 said…
i think they were doing more than sunning themselves :)
Claro, Thanks so much for visiting and commenting.

ewok, I think you are right :D
RNSANE said…
Is that at the Garden, Jo? Nice pictures. I am sure they enjoyed a little warmth and sunshine!
fjÀllripan said…
So swwet and great photos! I never seen a turtle in real :)
Ann said…
Lucky turtles :) I think we are finally getting the kind of weather here though that we can start doing a little of that also
Daisy said…
I like turtles, too! It seems they are having a little trouble sharing that little log.
Luna Miranda said…
cute!:p they should be belly up to get some tan.:p
gengen said…
Sureness they have fun bathing...Happy WW!
Thank you everyone for dropping by and checking out the turtle love :D
Ladynred said…
Oh! these are cute photos! The first photo perhaps they are lovers.lol
Watery Wednesday
Self Sagacity said…
I don't know how they can possibly hump with those thick shells. LOL.

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