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Discussion in 'Birds' started by jryoung1947, Apr 23, 2007.
Slow day for birding. Turtles at high noon.
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Way to go JR
If you had fun thats all you can ask.
Wow what a great reflection
I say 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1/2 + 1/2 = 5 :smile:
Very nicely done!
Cool shot and you really know your math. :wink:
:Smart: Got to have fun, I was praying someone would correct me. Thanks all for the comments!
Looks like 5 to me John, but then, I'm a programmer too. :biggrin:
Colorful shots. :smile:
What a great shot - nice to see them in breeding colours! Those reds are so vivid.
ok ok ok
Did you ever see a half a turtle walk???
great stuff John and ?i will be-grudingly give you the math
You're the best
How neat! I've always loved turtles -- you did well with these! :smile:
In my neck of the woods the Eastern Painted are still in my office waiting to get into the pond. The Western Painted are in the pond still in the mud. Hard to believe the Easterns are out already in CT no matter how many there are. I am going to Mashantucket next week maybe I will find the half you lost somewhere. :smile:
Sandi - nothing more beautiful than an Eastern is spawning regalia against a dark sky-blue water
Nice shot. I hurt my side laughing at the title. :biggrin:
This was a fun thread. The turtles were striking in that near 90 degree day. This is a fun group! I have also learned a lot more about painted turtles. Thanks to you all!
I hope Dave recovers!