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This reminds me of one Christmas party we had when living in Mafikeng. The party was held at a croc farm and the restaurant was on a small island in the middle of the river. Not a night to get too drunk:-) Diane
Terrific captures, JM! The last one in particular is really awesome! A little scary, but awesome! Enjoy your weekend!Sylvia
Those photos on your blog are really gorgeous shot.Capture life as I see it
I was looking at the reflection and I needed one or two seconds to realise that there were crocs in the view!Luckily I was behind my computer, and not on that shore! :)Great catch!
I hope you used a Long Telephoto lens for these - the reflection will do for me :-)
I like the look of the reflected tree. The crocs relly make thes photos very cool.
...and not the kind you wear on your feet! Wow, what a cool sight with great reflections too!
Wow amazing captures and reflections.Scary though:). Regina
Oh, yikes! We have lots of alligators - on one bike trip around a 15-mile loop in The Everglades, we say 150 gators...some in the middle of the trail! They didn't bother me that much.Crocs, on the other hand, bother me a lot! I've read where in some places in Africa they eat 500-600 people a year - people so foolish as to wash their clothes in the river...
Dangerous reflections...great shots! Peace
Aack! You're not kidding. About one bunch too many. :-)
EW! Crocodiles! :) But the reflections are very nice.
Hmmmm, and where were you standing....?Fabulous photos; these animals have got some power....!ciao ciao elvira
Lurking in the muddy waters.
Oh my gush it looks like a log from afar but it's crocodile!! Happy weekend!Weekend Reflection
something eerie about this... imagine mistaking those crocks for stepping stones - you'd be sorry quick smart!Being an animal lover, this may be of interest - 4-legged Tee Giveaway! PLUS The A to Z of Animal Tees - hope you drop by :)
Oh my!! Hope that pool does not dry out more or there will be no space. When I was working at one lodge, I used to count the crocs on the sandbank opposite and there was usually in the region of 100-140, all various sizes. That was a river bank NOT to take a stroll along!!
Great reflections there. The crocs look almost harmless.
looks like an dangerous place to swim :)) regards
That is a frightening sight.
looks like the crocodile have their own space. Don't you come to my area.
WOW...love this!I think I was on that bank one...but it was Hippos! I will have to see if there were any reflections. My eye was so different than!KK
Impressionnante photo ! Un beau reflet des arbres, j'espère que tu avais un super zoom et que tu étais loin des crocos !
Your amazing shots remind me of my grandmother's story of when she found herself sunbathing on a beach next to one of these... but now I don't remember whether that was a croc or an alligator, and I also don't remember the difference. Jacob obviously knows. It was in Indonesia in the 1920s, so I guess I can look it up.
Cette fois-si, pas question de laisser ma main approcher de l'eau !It reminds me one of those frog game, where you must from one shore to another by skipping on the crocodiles...Nice catch !
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