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Today I’m participating in Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge and her theme is “water”. I encourage you to click on each photo to see a larger view.
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We see water in many forms and amounts every day. Without water there would be no life on earth, so let’s make sure we take care of it. Water can appear in front of us powerful and in motion, as in these waves of the Pacific Ocean on a cloudy and breezy day.
Water can also be very still and peaceful, as in this small pond that was behind the house we stayed at in Virginia.
Birds drink water, and they also use it to take baths. This iridescent grackle bird was very busy getting clean in the gardens of the Smithsonian castle.
Water is a habitat for many animals, including this frog popping its head out of the water to keep an eye on me.
You’ll have no idea how many turtles can hide underwater until they come out to bask in the sun. Can you guess how many turtles are sitting on these rocks?
These are great photos. I love the frog and turtles. 🙂
Thank you! I have more cool photos of frogs and turtles and I hope to make a couple of posts out of them soon.
I’m guessing 16 turtles. It’s kind of like one of those contests where you have to guess how many items are in the jar. 🙂
16 is my guess too but there may be a few more buried under the others…
Fantastic all but I especially love the first one with the shimmering light on the sea!
Thank you! The waves can look so different depending on the weather and the light.
All your pics are so pretty! The frog’s head sticking out is so cool!
Thank you very much!
That pond shot is really lovely, Milka. It looks a nice place to linger. 🙂
It felt very peaceful to stand in front of it.
Great photos, all! I thought I loved the bird best, but then, there was the frog! The reflections of the tree limbs really make that shot. All are wonderful!
I really loved those reflections of tree branches in the water and that’s why I took that photo. I’ve got a few more photos of frogs I need to look at on my SD card.
Definitely share. This was a great one, and I’m sure you have more!