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Yorkshire Sam on October 4, 2012

Are they there to add a bit of crunch for t'gators, same as how you give a dog biscuits to go with its meat ? :o)

David Brown Photogra… on October 4, 2012

...like t'nuts in Muesli Sam?

I reckon tha has t'nail by t'throat (to mix my metaphors, just a wee bit).

Early morning best wishes from North Carolina - Jethro

Sixten Imgs on October 4, 2012

Is it from the car :). If not I presume they answered "Ok" to you and your camera. Otherwise we couldn't see this interesting shot here.

joyfotos on October 4, 2012

Just a laid back bunch warming in the sun;>) Could it be that they are well fed without a lot of work?? Or perhaps they don't like crunchies:)

Like the little metal railing. It all looks so clean and neat.

trikermike on October 4, 2012

Mmmmmm, these guys are chilled, why do we get all 'snappy' when we bunch up like this?

David Brown Photogra… on October 5, 2012

Its in a hotel Sixten so we were quite safe. (Could be famous last words).

Welcome back Joy I know you have been so busy! They are well fed and have been to anger management classes.

Its a tribal think Mike these must be from the same tribe. I wouldn't fancy my chances though.

Best wishes from North Carolina - Jethro

✿ܓGy㋡ngyi ✿ܓ on October 6, 2012

Beautiful natural photo!

I like that.

Regards Gyöngyi

Awesome!

trikermike on October 6, 2012

In the 60's and 70' I Lurved to get all tribal and bunched up, now I prefer to jest sit awhile and watch!!!

Good w/end to yer!

Suzi in Oregon on October 18, 2012

A fine sentiment in the title, and a super fine image, Jethro. Lots more great new images as well. I love the subdued color in this, its sharpness and depth, and the composition is superb, for a star. We just had our first of many to come rainstorms - it was great! Hoping all is well (O:

David Brown Photogra… on October 19, 2012

Thank you very much * Gyöngyi*

I'm with ya Mike

All is VERY well this end Suzi - glad you understand the title.... I might have to change it soon.

Best wishes y'all from politically torn USA - Jethro

trikermike on October 27, 2012

I wonder if I could get an alligagator burger, I am in rush Jethro, could you make it snappy?

Yorkshire Sam on October 27, 2012

you may get it quicker if you stop stuttering Mike :o)

trikermike on October 27, 2012

I am not and never have stutterd, perhaps your ears only work intermittently! Sa Sa Sa San

Yorkshire Sam on October 28, 2012

You missed the joke Mike, look again at your 3rd comment.

trikermike on October 28, 2012

JOKE ????

There's a joke in there?

OH MY, now someone has to point it out, I guess that makes ME the joke for now!!

Cheers Sam!!

(stay near the 'fridge today, yesterdays snow has melted, careful now!)

♥♥ Mike

trikermike on October 28, 2012

Alligagator

Mikipeedear sez agliate ers or alligagators ers is a term used to describe any large reptillean quadriped that is fond of snapping at students, wee dogs and unwary passers by their favourite pools in such wilderness havens like whwt you find in Jesmond Dene or other Denes throughout the GEORDIE CAPITAL wich have a stream or collecshun of watter in them (there are many!-those wi oot any watter hev bin drained and culverted by the coonsil)

trikermike on October 28, 2012

them aggiliators is mebbe sum thymes confused wi' a crocodile, whay wee wouldn't bee! aa wud at forst glance an aa wouldnae be lookin fer a second yin!

Patty Arsenault on October 29, 2012

I guess turtle isn't on their list of favourite menu items. Nice photo, Jethro.

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Cheers,

Patty

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  • Uploaded on October 3, 2012
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    by David Brown Photogra…
    • Camera: SONY CYBERSHOT
    • Taken on 2004/11/02 14:29:08
    • Exposure: 0.017s (1/60)
    • Focal Length: 24.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.300
    • ISO Speed: ISO400
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
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