Six feet, stand off
Claw feet, web feet, spikey
Toes, my feet, your feet, stand alone
Cinquain – Marsha Ingrao
Gatorland 101 Watch Your Feet
I learned in one of my photography classes that amateur photographers have a tendency to cut off feet when they take pictures. Oops. Now I am more aware of feet, but I still do it. Thanks for the reminder, Cee.
Here are some photos I took in Gatorland when my neighbors and I went two years ago.
I don’t think I’d be talking such brave talk if I was standing on the ramp with a gator. Birds feel safer than we do here because alligators are their friends and protectors. Their friends keep out raccoons, snakes and other predators that might otherwise devour the eggs and chicks.
What in the world are they all trying to find? Bird stew isn’t on the menu.
This alligator is getting a very expensive massage. We were all invited to come down and give it a try if we wanted to. The four of us decided against it.
More Information on Gatorland
Hope you enjoyed my Gator Tale. For more black and white feet check out Cee’s photo challenge for this week. https://ceenphotography.com/cees-black-white-challenge/. Get ready for horns next week.
- Why Cee Neuner Has Successfully Hosted Photo Challenges for Twelve Years – Interview #8 Cee Neuner
- “For the Love of Challenges” Explained – rationale for interview series of bloggers who host challenges.
- What Should You Know About Alligators
If you know someone who hosts a writing or photo challenge, please contact me. I am compiling a list of challenges. I don’t want to leave people out. If you want to host a challenge, read some of the interviews of hosts who do and what they do to be successful.
Have a great week!