Wordless Wednesday 1-16-2008

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1 Treehousedweller

Awesome pic – just working out what WW is – hope it doesn’t me I can’t leave a comment! googled it and think i get the gist. maybe I’ll join sometime

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2 Bob

Ditto, awesome pic! very cool, I gave you a mention in my latest post.

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3 Will

Comments are fine on WW posts. As someone said in a comment on another post, you can make up the rules on your own blog! I do kind of like the idea of a post each Wednesday that is wordless. That does not mean that I would not put up a “wordy” post in addition on the same day, if I had something ready to go.

Thanks for the compliments on the picture. I was out in a canoe when I took it looking for moose. I could hear one in the distance, but never saw it.

And Bob, I know so little about “astrostuff” that I’m glad I was able to ask a good question about Mercury on your article! I wonder how the shield actually works. It is amazing that it can.

Also Bob, thanks for the digg submission! Getting a few diggs or stumbles on a post really does bring in a few new readers. Just today a new reader, (Skylar), arrived and what an interesting and amazing life she leads. I just got started reading some of her information and had to tear myself away with a note to go back when I really have some time to spend on her blog and website.

-Will

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4 Lynda Lehmann

Lovely, peaceful photo! Looks like a Maine lake! 🙂

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5 Will

Thanks Linda! You are real close. It is a N.H. lake.

You have some great photographs on your site. The one of the Kale looks like an underwater photo from the tropics.

-Will

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6 Anna

Hi Will, great picture. It reminded me trip to Nova Scotia Cape Breton last summer, unfortunately we had weather like that through out the whole trip, but I enjoyed it anyway. As a matter fact the top banner photo is from there, and taken during those foggy days. Thanks for sharing, you are really good at your photography, in addition to your writing in supporting the environment. Anna 🙂

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7 pelf

Amazing.. But seriously, Will, this looks like one of the rivers I frequent when we were tracking a river terrapin.

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8 Will

Hi Anna – I have never been to Nova Scotia, but the woods, lakes and rivers of Northern New England have a certain look to them. I imagine Nova Scotia, being just north of there would have a similar look in places. Thanks for the compliments!

-Will

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9 Will

Hi Pelf! I know you have written many times about the River Terrapin, (Batagur baska), and because of your articles, I know is the most endangered of its kind in the world. I also found this incredible photograph of it. It looks like it has a forest of moss or algae growing on its back!

The lake in the photograph does have the snapping variety living in it and some people kill and eat those also. I don’t think it is in danger at this point though.

-Will

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10 Betty

Awesome picture…seems so quite but mysterious…The calm water seems very deep. No one knows what inside this calmness.

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