They are very impressive, and maybe cute, but only on the other side of the fence...
wild and wonderful!! what a creature!
Some serious chompers going on there. I understand they move pretty quickly too!
Don't get too close.Sydney - City and Suburbs
now isn't that a profile!
No no no. Too big and fast for my cup o' tea! Prehistoric and fascinating.
What a amazing animal. Nice shot!
Wow, there's a critter you don't see every day. Well, where I live anyway... not even every other day. :-)S/he appears to be amused at having his (her?) photo taken! And look at those pearly whites (from a respectful distance!) - no tartar on those babies! Neat photo!
Jill - That startled me! I hope you had a loooooong zoom!
Fantastic shot. I hope not past it
that's a big alligator...creepy. by the way, i am your newest follower here. have a great day!
I hate to even think about what those teeth are thinking about! Nice shot. Happy to say I'm your latest friend and follower.
Whoaa! hope you have a zoom... he has sharp looking teeth. Stopping by from WW :) linked up
I know you know what you are doing, but I hope you were at a safe distance from this hungry looking fellow. I saw lots of these guys growing up in south Florida not so far from Lake Okeechobee. They frightened me then, and I think they are even more scary now! Besides my fear, your shot is awesome.
Looks like he's getting ready for round two of lunch.
Fearsome shot.. Happy WW!
Goodness, what a shot.
He may be smiling ever so sweetly but i still cannot bring myself to love very large reptiles.
ugly. nasty. smelly. but, nonetheless, a great capture!
That crocodile looks so scary. Great capture.
Merci de ton passage chez moi ... J?ai survolé ton blog et j'ai admiré oiseaux, paysages ... Je reviendrai !
Glad I didn't take that photo!
scary but would love to try that kind of shot one day... :)-rache
so lovely photos love it, have a nice day following you from WWhttp://casseydab-spec.blogspot.com/2011/02/watery-wednesdayinlaws.html
We love us our alligators! Quite a few of our friends and family members think we're crazy. They're probably right.This one looks like he's smiling (in anticipation?)
WHat a handsome fellow and a terrific shot.
That is quite a smile!
So cool! The only ones I have ever seen were in a zoo or alligator farm. Not cool.
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