excellent composition and clarity. lovely series.
Wow, you certainly got up close and cosy with this little one!
What incredible shots! Do you have a zoom lens, or was she really brave enough to let you that close without completely retreating?
I am glad you let it go to continue it;s race with the rabbit. LOL
He's adorable - I'm glad he peeped out so you could take his picture!
what beautiful and patient eues it got. thanks for the info on about the spider.
I'm sure I've never been THAT close to a turtle! Nice shots!
What character you've captured with your closeup turtle.
She is a lovely little lady...Excellent my friend. You are always so creative :)
Great serie of macro shots!http://birgittasfoto.blogg.se/
I really like the 3rd one down. Those are amazing captures.My Macro Monday is a bit on the odd side today...would you believe bricks?!! But it's all explained below the photos. Here. Come visit with me if you can. Have a great week.
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Incredible shots; excellent timing. I'm so glad you carry your camera with you all the time!
It really seems like he was eying your camera. I love the sharp details in your shots. Have a wonderful week, Carletta. I hope you are doing fine.
Oops, it's a she not a he. Sorry for the mistake.
Wonderfully captured! I enjoy the personality of a turtle.
Wonderful shots; what a ham! Love the orange hues on the shell.
The next to last one is my favorite. That is a real nice turtle portrait!
You just happened to stumble upon this turtle? How cute is that? Love the close ups! Glad you didn't make turtle soup out of said turtle!
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