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I was just about to leave Moosehorn Pond last Saturday when I spotted this Eastern Painted Turtle-Chrysemys picta picta enjoying some relaxing time on a log. I spoiled it by stopping to photograph her and after a few exposures down she … Continue reading
One of the Poor Farm Swamp denizens having a nice neck stretch.
I don’t get to photograph many species of turtles so this probably won’t be a regular thing. But often when I say something like that more happens so we’ll see. These were also sunning last Saturday as i walked the … Continue reading
Yesterday afternoon I set out to photograph turtles. I don’t usually shoot mid-afternoon but they like to bask in the sun and morning at this time of the year is too cool. I found them in a couple of places … Continue reading
I wish I had more opportunities to photograph turtles. I do have several images from over the years, but lately don’t see as many as I once did. As I was leaving Moosehorn Pond the other day, I noticed two … Continue reading
With apologies to T. WIlliams and E. Taylor who was no turtle. Hey, gnarly dude hangin’ twenty.
Beth Walsh recently posted a nice shot of a turtle with its feet outstretched which reminded me of these images so I thought I would share them-from Poor Farm Swamp.This Eastern Painted Turtle was just chillin’ with its damsel pal … Continue reading