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Photo taken in Soccastee, South Carolina, USA.

Camera: Nikon D5000
Lens: Nikon 55 – 300mm
ISO: 400

1. THE WORLD AS WE SEE IT OR MISSED IT – December 8, 2011.
2. ABSOLUTE CLARITY – December 9, 2011.
3. 300+ GO LONG – December 18, 2011.
4. CLOSEUPS IN NATURE – January 28, 2012.

Thank you for viewing my work. All comments and favorites are appreciated. Because of time, I am unable to respond to comments, but will visit your galleries in return.

*Blessings, Kathy :)

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  • CanyonWind
  • Thank you so much for the privilege POPs. Always appreciated. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • dougie1page3
    dougie1page3about 3 years ago


  • Thanks so much Dougie. Well appreciated. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • Trish Meyer
    Trish Meyerabout 3 years ago

    Sitting pretty and smiling for your camera … congrats on your feature !

  • Thank you for both the kind comment and congrats Trish. I appreciate it very much. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • Dean Cunningham
    Dean Cunninghamabout 3 years ago

    heaps cool – wonderful shot !

  • Ah…….thanks Dean. I appreciate it. I find the younger American Alligators have significantly more color and patterns to their hides and perhaps a bit more personality too. So glad you enjoyed it. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • shortshooter-Al
    shortshooter-Alabout 3 years ago

    Great capture Kath.

  • Thanks so much my dear Aussie friend. I appreciate it a great deal. Isn’t he cute (for an alligator…hee hee). xox :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • swaby
    swabyabout 3 years ago

    Excellent shot Kathy, be careful!

  • Thank you so much Swaby. I really appreciate it. With American Alligators being part of everyday life here (you needn’t go into the wild to see them – many in my neighborhood) it is always best to remember to not be complacent about them and keep a safe distance. I really wish many of our visitors would do the same. So glad you enjoyed the photo. Thanks again. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • Samohsong
    Samohsongabout 3 years ago

    He is just a spud isn’t he? Soon he’ll be keeping me from wandering near the water to find my errant golf shots! ~Sam

  • LOL Sam…….I’m so glad you hear you are a golfer who doesn’t value your golf balls more than your limbs. The big guys just love to sit on the 3rd green in my neighborhood and they move a lot faster than most think. All I can say is SERPINTEEN…..LOL! Thanks so very much. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • Robert H Carney
    Robert H Carneyabout 3 years ago

    Sitting yes, pretty no! LOL

  • LOL Robert………..I think the little ones like this are cute. He was only about 4 feet long. I appreciate the wonderful feature so very much. Cheers. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • Dale Lockwood
    Dale Lockwoodabout 3 years ago

    Amazing! Here in Washington I won’t find any of these guys down by the pond. Great capture.

  • Thanks so much Dale. Here, they are just an everyday part of life. Not just in the wild, but in little neighbor ponds etc….we have several where I live and lots of signs posted not to feed them. Feeding them is what can make them aggressive towards humans. Thanks for the wonderful comment my friend. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • Alinka
    Alinkaabout 3 years ago

    Coll shot!

  • Thanks very much for the wonderful comment Alinka. I appreciate it so much. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

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