Weekend Photo Challenge: Summer Lovin’.
What better place for Summer Lovin’ ?Love your smile, reptile!
Hen and her clutch of chuklings;a confused summer lovin’.
Of similar outlook …
Love that you’ve so lovingly called them ‘reptile’
I know that stretch of beach… 🙂
I love the pic of the sea!
As usual, from the front lawn!
Love all your photos but I’ll have to pass on the reptiles. 🙂
You don’t like the look of the croco dials?
Not so much. 🙂
Love your beach, pups and chicks photos Col. Not too crazy about the crocodiles 🙂
I suppose one does have to be a crocodile to feel lovin’ towards another of them
Ahhh the Natal coast with a wintery look to it….
Actually, in keeping with the theme, this shot was actually taken in high summer! You can’t actually see the heat, That sort of rainy sky provides a clue, though.
I love the “Chuklings” and the two dogs especially!
It was so incongruous to hear that batch being clucked at and quacking back!
🙂 🙂 Very cool 🙂
It looks like it was a rough day at sea
Just a normal one. Our sea generally waves with enthusiasm.
Croco -mi-did-les always have a smile on their faces…Love chucklings, and those sweet doggy smiles…a good challenge
A crocodile with smile on dial
Loves you to bits in such great style
He could just eat you in a while!
Great choice Col. I won’t mind the beach for sure and of course the doggie kids are always my favourite. I had a good chuckle at the hen and her ‘chucklings’. Thanks for the laugh. 😀
Delighted that the selection provided some amusement!
The beach always looks beautiful.
It does, especially when unpolluted by signs of human existence!
Those beaches are the best! 🙂
You can keep the smiling reptiles, I’ll accept the chucklings. Quack, quack!
The chucklings certainly gave me giggles and chortles!
Lovely pics for the challenge, Col. The hen with her “chuklings” made me smile. 🙂
What made it funnier is that she seemed to have a permanent expression of bewilderment. What it became when her chicks started swimming, one can only imagine.
Great selection Col. I can match all of them except for the large reptiles. Geckos are my limit.
Think of them as overgrown geckos – but not within chomping proximity!
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