August 20, 2016

Backyard Critters, Summertime

Robin

For the turtle's close-up, I used the zoom. I'm a little afraid that he might bite!

I'm including this vertical shot so you can see his trail!

Next we have a duck. 




Can you see the goose in this twilight shot?



14 comments:

  1. Great shot of the bird sitting on the railing. The turtle may be slow but he'll get there eventually. I love that you included his trail.
    A wonderful set of images! Enjoy your day.

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  2. Hello Linda!:) What a beautiful Twilight shot!:) Lovely portraits of the duck and Turtle, and nice fence picture with the vibrant colour of the American Robin.:)

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  3. Hello Linda, beautiful captures. The Robin, turtle and the duck are all great critters. The last shot is beautiful, love the reflection. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Sunday, enjoy your new week!

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  4. I have not even seen a box turtle this year, great pictures,love the parting scene of reflection,have a great Sun.,phyllis

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  5. Exceptional image of the goose at sunset!!!
    And yes, I can see the turtle trail....cool.

    Great photos of the robin and duck also.

    Thanks so much for stopping by and linking in this weekend at I'd Rather B Birdin'...it's always greatly appreciated.

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  6. Nice photos of all of your backyard critters! I like seeing the robin. We only get to see robins here for a few weeks in the early spring as they pass through on their way north.

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  7. Beautiful shots - what fun to have a turtle right there on your property. I used to get snappers in Iowa, but I don't see any up here. Yours isn't the biting type, I don't think.

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  8. That appears to be a good-sized turtle. It sure came a long way.

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  9. Beautiful pictures!
    Disarming the turtle.
    On the back of a tortoise grow something green, moss?

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  10. Great photos! Beautiful sky and reflection in the last shot.

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  11. Terrific shots! And that's quite a turtle.

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