Wordless Wednesday 4-22-2009

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4-22-2009

Guest photo by my daughter in school in Australia

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Will Sig
1 The Right Blue

Congratulations to your daughter for the great sea turtle photo.

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2 Liz

Cute!

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3 Lareine

that’s a neat shot by your daughter… i think the turtle is waving hi… but on second thoughts, it’s menacing look seems to say “get out of the way”:)!

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4 Steve

hi Will,
Makes the tadpoles we are raising (they’ve just begun to sprout their rear legs) seem a tad small. 🙂
Congrats to you daughter for going to school in Australia! That’s awesome. ~ Steve, the trade show guru

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5 Bob

Wow, I knew they had weird animals in Australia, but flying turtles,lol, great shot!!

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6 Will

I can’t believe your tadpoles are still with us Steve. That is really something. You should take photos of the progress. She is there for a semester only. 5 months away. The longest we have gone without seeing her

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7 wilson

Will, I think it’s a Hawksbill Turtle, isn’t it? I loved the picture and your daughter is a great photographer!

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8 Joey Logano

Really cute Turtle photo =D

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9 Anna

Hey Will excellent guest photo!
Anna 🙂

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