I was watching the news this morning and heard that the sun should reappear in London this week. Woohoo! And I was reminded of this crocodile soaking up the sun along the Chobe River in Botswana. I’m off to do some sightseeing today with my family. I apologize for delays in visiting your blogs and in responding to your comments.
Travel Photo of the Day (May 21)
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Isn’t he handsome… basking in the sun:)
It was cool to watch him…from afar 🙂
I wouldn’t want to stumble upon him.
You captured a nice photograph… seems as if sleeping… Thank you dear TBM, have a nice day, I am glad the sun will be there… In here it is rainy again. Love, nia
Thanks Nia…I hope the rain has left you alone for a day or two 🙂
Wow, he blends right in doesn’t he? Great shot. And now you get the sun in London?!?! You were supposed to arrange that last week! LOL. You would have loved it here this weekend – it has been hot (30C) and sunny each day 🙂
Sorry…at least Daniel didn’t get sunburned…hopefully.
I love seeing the gators sun themselves along Alligator Alley here in Florida. Enjoy the time with your family. 🙂
I still need to see a gator in the wild.
Have fun sightseeing! Take lots of pictures and make sure you post them on here! 🙂
I’m doing my best and I hope to share my experiences.
Oh … a bit cloudy or cloudy and rainy? Enjoy the sun!
Thanks…I enjoyed the sun too much and now I am burned.
I have a lot of lizards near my house and I am afraid of them :p I can just imagine being close to one of these!!
It was a bit scary.
Love the texture in this photo!
“like an allegory on the banks of the Nile” Mrs Malaprop in The Rivals
I haven’t seen that play. I should look into it!
He’s a big boy! I got home from holidays yesterday and as we walked through the terminal, there was a poster on the wall that showed the biggest croc in Australia. It would have been 6 or 7 metres. !
They can get so big and scary. They are lovely in their own way though…as long as they aren’t messing with me. Or I should say, as long as I’m not bothering them.
camouflage much? Sneaky guy, magnificent creature though!
Seriously…it would be so easy to not notice him.
Nice photo…and a little too close for comfort for me! He seems to blend in well with the ground. Great to get such a good shot, though!
I was safely (I hope) in a boat 🙂