Jun 8, 2012

Wildlife- A lazy Croc from Everglades


5th June was World Environment Day and couldn't post that day as I didn't have internet access! Then I forgot in the frenzy of Venus Transit! Better late than never! So here I am ... World Environment Day, celebrated to raise awareness to take positive environmental action. The first World Environment Day was in the year 1973. The theme for 2012 was Green Economy: Does it include you?

For the occasion here is the weekly photo of a lazy croc ... It was November, ocean wind had chill. Also, it was a warm afternoon in Everglades National Park, Florida. May be, that is the reason this lazy croc chose to use water and sunshine at the same time! Ha ha .. I love the clear water through which I can see croc's face. And those beautiful clouds!
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16 comments:

  1. Intelligent chap, getting his share of sun and water!

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    1. Yes! it is. Thank you Jenny for dropping by.

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  2. Awesome shot, love the reflection too of the clouds, well captured!

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    1. Thank you Jane. And thank you for visiting my blog!

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  3. A very beautiful photo! The clarity of the water and the delightful reflections create an enchanting scene!

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    1. Thank you Gemma. Visited your e-space I love the Shadow photography.

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  4. Beautiful shot. Happy sky watching.

    My Sky.

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    1. Thank you Lisa. I enjoyed your sky too!

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  5. It's more like waiting for it's prey to pass by.

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    1. Oh well, possible! Thanks Thomas for dropping by.

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  6. Nice photo - I'm not getting near him!

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    1. Thank you Al! Ha ha ... he is really scary.

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  7. Super shot. Cunningly camouflaged and waiting for his prey !

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    1. Thank you Mr. Ramakrishnan. Yes, the preying tactics of animals are are always amazing!

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  8. Thats a great shot apt to the occasion!

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