Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Watery Wednesday

My 6th entry for Watery Wednesday

I took this shot while we were inside UST Botanical Garden. Did you see the turtle or just the reflection of sunlight?

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20 comments:

Randi said...

Yes...I see the cute little turtle and a lovely reflection of the sunlight. I really miss sunlight - everything is very grey here now.

maritz said...

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luna miranda said...

i see the turtle--wonderful shots!

gemini said...

big, cute, giant turtle...he is still cute. visiting.

Jeanny said...

Ang laki...great shots nuts!

wenn said...

nice reflection n watery too!

Judy said...

A really different approach to photographing the turtle - incorporate the sunlight!!! The results are wonderful!

Joops said...

Wow that's a big turtle!

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Coffeedoff said...

Lovely watery photos!

J Bar said...

Interesting effect.
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Carolyn Ford said...

I do see the turtle! Nice water scene!

Denise said...

I saw the reflections first and the turtle next. Great photos for Watery Wednesday.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Wonderful reflection. Looks like a great park to visit!

Rinkly Rimes said...

It's like a puzzle-picture, which proves how good the camouflage is!

Johnny Nutcase said...

I see the little guy, cute! That first pic does throw you off for a second though, cool shots!

nice A said...

Hahaha! How interesting we have the same subject. Different presentations though so please see mine:)

eileeninmd said...

He is a big one, He does blend in well with the water color.

Regina said...

Wonderful captures!
Nice reflections too.

Gracieanne1 said...

Yes, I see the turtle in the water and the reflection.

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noel said...

i love water reflection shots, especially ones with animals in them, that turtle looks like it will bite - watch out!