Sunday, June 24, 2007

kindred being

It just poured today; when I went out behind the house apres le deluge I was startled to discover

deciding how to proceed. I put him (I think red eyes signify a male) in the woods, in a different direction from the path he was taking. (Which is not what you are supposed to do; if you see a turtle crossing the road, take it to the other side. He/she wants to go in a straight trajectory. And please do stop and aid this ancient animal.)

At least she

didn't come across this visitor and bother him.


Anonymous said...

someone who is awesome probably took these pictures.

Shammickite said...

That first comment is very nice!!
What a lovely turtle, I hope he appreciated your helpfulness and went about his business with no further interruptions!

Anonymous said...

Amazing! How big was he?

Anonymous said...

Interesting link about Solstice and Stonehenge.
We have been wondering those stones in Scotland, I have even pictures about my children and Stonehenge.
Our Midsummer Festivals have been also dancing around big fires and still is, something memories about very old times before Christianity.
And now days have started to shorten.
This turtle is something special to you :)
Have a nice week!
we had yesterday
warm and sunny, today the temperature is 9 degrees Celsius ( 48,2 Fahrenheit ) and it`s raining.
this is our summer, very much changing weathers.)

tut-tut said...

Thank you, L, for pointing out your prowess with the camera! I should have credited you.

Anonymous said...

I like your pictures and commentary today. Nice work.

Abraham Lincoln
Brookville Daily Photo

teaorwine said...

...a reminder of all the creatures that have lived in our neighborhoods for years before us.

Linda said...

Sort of mystical and magical to find a tortoise.

Poppy Buxom said...

Oh my, what a lovely box turtle! I hope he's OK. Kudos to you for rescuing him.