Native or not, the turtle looks beautiful in its element.
What a lovely shot. It looks very happy being non native. Diane
Hi JM,My first time to leave comment on your fantastic blog(s) AS as individual. I started having my own blog very recently. I always enjoy your photography!It seems to me the turtle in this image is "Chinese soft-shelled turtle". In Japan, we eat and cook in the soup, to be honest. We even drink blood!!! Actually I was thinking to go to Japanese restaurant with my wife to have this soup in the near future, since she is getting cold...Cheers.
My daughter and I just spent 10 minutes exclaiming over your photos! Just lovely! :)
This particular turtle looks very similar to other turtles I've seen. ;-)We lived on a canal in Ft. Lauderdale. The canal had many turtles. People would catch the turtles and eat them. Finally, the authorities put a stop to it. Thank goodness or there wouldn't have been any turtles left!
Aaww. Turtles make me think old, history, wise. Lovely capture.Hope you have a great start to your week!Many thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comment. Come visit again tomorrow!
Your photography is spectacular. I look forward to them each week:) Thanks
What a cute fellow. It seems like turtles have been taken from one country to another and now are taking over from the indigenous ones.
I wish to come upon a turtle in my desert excursions. I'm glad to see this one has some cool water splashed with sunlight in which to live out his turtle dreams...
Uau! Não fazia ideia que também já há destas moles na Qta. da Alagoa!
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