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Another beautiful day in Bermuda.

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Robbiel

Thanks Hanne and bookish, enjoy!

bookish

Fantastic view. Not that you need any reminding, Robbie: 'Life is good'.

Elfie

Oh my, I suuuuck it in!! Thanks so very much Robbie!!

Robbiel

Thanks Celeste.

CelesteH

wow what a beautiful picture

Robbiel

I would love it Graci, I don't like too much sunshine!
Ha, you have seen it already I know chickie!
You're right PK, thanks.

pkin38

And how could it not be a beautiful day in Bermuda.....

chickiemama

You're full of it Robbie! Not turtles there. Just kidding.

Graciela

Rub it in Robbie! such a beautiful day here too, raining since last night, don't you love it? LOL

Robbiel

Too shallow for whales Jacques, I was the only whale here this morning!

jacquescamus

are you sure you see 5 turtles and no 5 whales?

Robbiel

Thanks snooker, we are so lucky to be here.

snooker

Lovely area.

Robbiel

Hi Ank, it blends right in with the bottom. I will show it later, I have to wait 5 hours until my next two pictures. Thanks.
Hi gem, thanks.
Hi Jiggy, thanks, just a lucky day.

JiggyBelle

What a beautiful home! And the boathouse if perfect, too.
I love the angle on this photo. But, I will wait to see the turtle. It's hiding here! LOL
Thanks, Robbie!

gemstone

WOW!!! (But can't pick out a turtle either. :D)

puzzeljac

A beautiful photo but sorry I can't find the turtle, there is something what it maybe is, but I'm not sure. Thanks

Robbiel

I was in the boat early this morning and took this shot of dad's house with our cottage attached on the right. The building below is the dock house. The water was so clear, there is a turtle on the bottom near the middle of the picture, cannot really pick it out. I managed to get closer and get a shot, will show later. This weather is better than our whole summer was! The bay is full of Sargasso seaweed, you can see some on the left. I saw about 6 turtles , however trying to hold the camera, hold on to a rail and focus is not easy, National Geographic must spend hours finding the right shot!