Traveler, Photographer, Naturalist
scary! neat shot, thanks for sharing.Mine is up at 4SeasonsOfMyLifeHope to see you too. Happy Wordless Wednesday.
Nice shot! That's an American crocodile, right?
Ooh, wow! Yeah I get it! Loud & clear!
Now that's a picture, TR. I think it looks like a dinosaur underwater even though I know it's an alligator/ crocodile. Thanks for sharing such a wonderful photo. Happy WW~Also, if I don't get over here tomorrow I want to wish you a Happy Valentine's Day.
That is the best "no swimming" sign I've ever seen. Very nice photography.
I love it's eyes peaking out!
Whoa. At first I thought I saw a rock at surface level. Then I saw the eyes, and my heart jumped. The eyes say it all. I'll swim somewhere else.
Well, that's some scary looking sign!Please come visit me and check my WW post for this week: First steps.Happy WW!
neat and dangerous shot
Great shot. I'm definitely not going swimming. Coba is wonderful, being more off the beaten path than Tulum and Chichen Itza. I believe it is in Quintana Roo rather than Yucutan (though obviously it's ON the Yucutan).
Oh, my! No need for a sign, for sure. Those eyes made me laugh!
Yikes! My what big teeth he has. Great picture TR.
it is the crocodile of my dreams. or nightmares. i've always had a wretched squeamishness about the prospect of being eaten by another living creature. big teeth ripping through my flesh while i watch in horror, my life agonizingly extinguished mouthful by mouthful. ;-) jaws had a powerful effect on me and i've not yet recovered. crocodiles, alligators, scary things.
Think I'll stay firmly on dry land!
TR,Just wanted to drop by and tell you how kind you are and also to note that in the category of writing talent, you are way up there - top 10, according to my ranking method. You should write a book. Mary
It scares me, yet fascinates me. ~nita~
Oh, wow -- it took me a minute to process. Yikes! Great shot
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