Alligators/crocodiles give me the willies LOL We took the kids to the zoo a couple of months ago for the first time and they were FASCINATED with them :)GREAT captures!!! :) Love the shots... the gator, not so much hehe!
Now are you absolutely *sure* that fence is secure? No gaps underneath or anything? Great shots. :)
You've seen wonderful wildlife, and you captured it well! Like I said, National Geographic should hire you!
I hope its strong and secure as I would not like to get too close to that gator Lisa. You've always got some great wildlife shots........... Hopefully I'll be back doing macro monday posts again Lisa - I've missed those recently and am looking forward to doing them again.Rosie in Scotland :)
Wonderful shots, I relaly love the heron!
National Geo SHOULD hire you!! These pictures are awesome....although I am REALLY glad that you said you were safely behind a fence...makes me a bit nervous...even still!
The skin of crocodile looks like a tree bark...
I really like that first shot. How amazing the water is so clear you can see right through it to get an eyefull of gator too!
I'm glad you cleared that up for us. But I can't help thinking that must have been a pretty stout fence. I'm betting that your Lumber Yard Variety chain link wouldn't do much more than slow that gator down for a second or two. But what a fantastic capture!
He's beautiful! Like a modern day dinosaur. And they're pretty tasty too.
I wonder if Ally Alligator is think about snatching a bite out of Sammy Stork?? ;-)
The title really cracked me up when I saw the first picture! These are all wonderful once again.
those gators are like a step back in time. glad there was a fence but it is crocs that jump.... so a fence isn't necessarily safety from them
I love your shots of the crocodile (or alligator, I can't tell :D)My WW entry is here.Happy WW!
Glad you were safely behind a fence!I really like the first shot, it's all curvy yet menacing...
Fantastic group of photos, the clarity and critters are wonderful.
Great shot on the Alligator and on the bird wich I don´t know the english name for.In swedish we say Häger :)
I never trust a fence! Just hope it's already been well fed :)
Wow..double wow..these are super fabulous! Gorgeous..mysterious..and also peaceful and serene!!Awesome series! and thankyou for always leaving a lovely word! Much appreciated!Kiki~
glad you were on the safe side
What great shots! The first ones bring back not so good memories though. I used to live in Jacksonville and we visited them once. My dad has an drinking prob and was being horrible. He got my brother who was a few months old and dangled him over the edge above the water. He was drunk and I thought that he was going to drop him in there. I was 12 at the time and my brother was MY baby since I was the one that cared for him. My heart stopped and I prayed that he wouldn't slip. Ugh sorry about the horror story. But seeing them made my heart stop! That was so long ago too! I really love the pics though and you did a great job taking them! Glenda @ Me and Mine in a Small Town
Those are fantastic photos but they sure gave me goose bumps! Great capture!!!
WOW! I'm glad to hear you were on the *other* side of a fence. I LOVE seeing pictures of scary critters. It makes me feel like I'm brave but I don't really have to be. ;o)The bird shots are magnificent, too!
It is fun seeing his body under the water!