Weekly Photo Challenge: Hands

This eastern painted turtle is so tiny, but you wouldn’t be able to tell without the hand and fingers to give perspective.

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31 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Hands

  1. What a fabulous photo – such incredible detail on such a tiny being :-)
    Thanks for posting!

  2. Wonderful shot – the hand is very necessary! The colors are great.

  3. What a beautiful creature!

  4. Tiny little thing!

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  6. Ah, that’s excellent – human hands and turtle hands!

  7. Vibrant colours.. This is amazing :)

  8. Northern Narratives

    Great photo.

  9. Awww … this is too precious! What a great shot!

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  13. this tiny turtle is so sweet!

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  15. What an awesome shot! Love it. :-)

  16. Love this photo and love turtles. Absolutely right, without the hands, you would not get the sense of the tiny size of these beautiful turtles. On the opposite end of turtle sizes, I posted an article about the largest turtle living on our planet – the Pacific Leatherback turtle. They migrate from Indonesia to the Monterey Bay area (a 6,000 mile journey) to feed on abundant jellyfish here,. Article at http://lolako.com/monterey-bay-and-our-connection-to-endangered-leatherback-sea-turtles/

  17. What a sweet little turtle!

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  19. Cool looking turtle! Love the coloration and features.

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