I'm having so much fun looking at the world through the lens of my Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3.
I will share my world of Rocklin, California and points North, South, East and West.
Come and enjoy with me.
Holy Petrification Batman!
Now yopu have to look at my today`s post :http://joensuudailyphoto.blogspot.com/2008/08/another-shape-created-by-nature.htmlQuite funny coincidence :)Have a nice week, Sue!
That's quite a photo. What is the shiny thing in the knot? It looks like it could be a beetle.
LOL that's excellent. Is it a woodpecker??
Incredible! It resembles teh herons that I have been shooting lately! BTW awesome shot of the Arizona desert, the bird's eye view is spectacular!
Cool shot, looks almost prehistoric excellent.
superbe, on dirait un petit alligator, la nature est une belle artiste. superb, it looks like a small alligator, nature is a great artist
A Treegator!Looks quite ferocious, wonder what Darwin would tells us about the reasons for those interesting teeth! :-)
watch out for those things, they can bite your legs on walks.
This reminds me of a big bird with a long neck and a long beak. Really, very interesting photo!
Yikes - it has camouflaged itself very well it looks just like a tree branch- sneaky little devil hey?? Be careful they go for the jugular if disturbed - easy does it!!!!
Seems to me that is tree-swamp monster has finally be capture on film (well, digital film)
You just never know when you might stumble on to a new breed. (cute)
hehehehehIs its bite poisonous?
Yep, looks to be a particularly rare breed methinks.I love your C post from last Wednesday...I didn't make ABC WEd. last week, but amazingly I was going to post a picture of a real live croc, sunning itself , in Kakadu NP! Very scary things, even dead!!
Oh what a find!!!Once we took a picture of a log in a river that looked just like an allegator.I love it when nature plays tricks on us.
magnifique! un vrai animal
I'm pretty sure its some sort of a prehistoric bird... or fish.. or.. allicarppecker. Great find Sue :)
An interesting photo. - Dave
WOW! What an interesting shot!! Well done!!
Don't get too close.... those things can give you a nasty bite and leave you full of splinters!
That's a cool and fun shot!
Looks like a cuttlefish out of water.Great photo.Google "Cuttlefish" images.Love it.Troy
I would hate to run into this beast in the dark!
Looks like it could deliver a nasty bite... :)
How funny! I think you've discovered a new species.
a fossilized giant garden lizard???
Great shot, you can sense it walking behind you. Dar
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