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Old Apr 27, 2009, 7:53 AM   #1
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Old Apr 27, 2009, 1:10 PM   #2
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Again great pictures...love looking at the Frog...just relaxing in the water and the painted Turtle (I'm a big Turtle fan) is beautiful. The colouring on it's shell is exquisite...orange...never seen one quite with that colouring. What part of the world do you find those Turtles with that colouring ?

BTW I'm Canadian so spell colour with a 'u'.:lol:
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Again great pictures...love looking at the Frog...just relaxing in the water and the painted Turtle (I'm a big Turtle fan) is beautiful. The colouring on it's shell is exquisite...orange...never seen one quite with that colouring. What part of the world do you find those Turtles with that colouring ?
Thank you for the comments!

The pictures were all captured from the local Maryland lakes in Nothern suburb of Washington DC, but I've found them on the Potomac too:






BTW most if not all my pictures are geotagged (@ Riley Lock):

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Thank you for the comments!

The pictures were all captured from the local Maryland lakes in Nothern suburb of Washington DC, but I've found them on the Potomac too:






BTW most if not all my pictures are geotagged (@ Riley Lock):
That's quite impressive. I don't know much about Geo Tagging...but I have thought about it. During the winter I spend a fair amount of time walking through some of the local Boreal Forests ...looking for animals and birds to take pictures of. During Feb. to March of this year I was fortunate to come across Birds of Prey...3 species of Owls, a couple of Eagles, Hawks, etc. Geo tagging the spots would be a great idea. Thanks for sharing this technologt. I'cve never seen this form before.
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