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Thursday, May 8

Post Number 249!!

Art from the Heart Give Away....
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My husband went fly fishing this week and this huge turtle came and rested on his flippers. You can tell it's huge by looking at the last picture. The straight thing on the right is the fishing rod and the straps on the bottom left are the straps keeping the flippers on his feet. AMAZING...and, it was a snapping turtle! He said it hung out there for at least 10 minutes.

15 comments:

  1. Those are awesome photos; it's no very often you get the opportunity to catch shots like those! Very cool :)

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  2. that is one huge stinkin' turtle. i think that would be way to close for comfort for me...

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  3. Incredible picture=those things are marvelous creatures, but the scare the beejeebers out of me!
    chris p

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  4. HOLY MOLY>..that's a big boy! I LOVE these photos...they're great!

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  5. woowww- how huge- awesome photos!!!!

    LOOKsie on my blog ;-)

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  6. wow he is so big!!! Neat pictures!!! I love turtles they are just so interesting!

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  7. love the turtle pictures! what a special experience, thanks for sharing. the book looks wonderful, i haven't seen it in 'real' life yet but would really love to own it.

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  8. Wow!!! Now that's a turtle!! Had I been there I think I would have peed my pants ... he's huge. Nope we just don't see things like that here in Michigan.

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  9. That is great he had his camera available to snap the shots! Super Cool!!

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  10. fanTAStic picture! i would have been scared that the thing was gonna take a bite out!

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  11. i love this. it is pretty amazing!
    xoxo
    ronee

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  12. Wow! Great pics and what luck to have the camera around... Otherwise you could hardly believe the story! So allways take your camera with you people...
    L!d!a x

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  13. I keep thick gloves in my car to move snapping turtles out of the road whenever I see them! These pics are fantastic!! Who would want to fish when you have these wildlife buddies on a good day ?!?! :D

    Karen Cheetham

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