Weekly Photo Challenge: Scale (I)

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Friday 06 February, 2015 by Uncle Spike

This week’s first entry from me for the Weekly Photo Challenge really shows scale indeed, just look at this baby tortoise we found wandering across our farmyard! We have many many wild tortoises here in southwest Türkiye, but this is the smallest we’ve come across I think to date.

Used this image before on my blog, but he’s so darned cute, don’t you think? Anyway, hope you enjoy this entry.

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56 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Scale (I)

  1. tylersat99 says:

    He is really cute and looks so small I’m glad he didn’t get stepped on. My big dogs would never have seen him 🙂

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  3. barefootjon says:

    I mainly clicked on your page because of your awesome blog title, but I am so happy that I did. Dear god that picture is adorable. Turtles! Good picture.

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  4. Bipasha says:

    for real?!

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  8. iMagll says:

    Awww! Yes, he’s so cute!

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  9. Osyth says:

    On my bucket list – hold a tiny little tortoise 🙂

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  11. siterinadi says:

    Too cute 🙂

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  12. Ruth says:

    You nailed it with that photo!

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  13. What a sweet photo, Uncle Spike! A nest of little turtles similiar to yours hatched in our garden this summer. We spent half a day watching them emerge from their nest and fan out across the garden. A wonderful photo for the challenge, what with their “scaly” legs and faces 😉 Best wishes, WG

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  14. Amazing shot. Your hand? Your took the shot?

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  15. Lola Jane says:

    I absolutely adore this photo…you can see the face! On the complete opposite of scale / size, I posted about the giant Pacific Leatherback turtle on my blog. They can weigh over 2,000 lbs!

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  16. Wow, it’s hard to believe they’re ever that tiny! Thanks for sharing this one.

    janet

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  17. Reblogged this on Explore America with Kids and commented:
    That is th!e most adorable little guy!

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  18. susurrus says:

    How cute – I like him much more than mine which had something slightly scary about him!

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  19. Gill McGrath says:

    What little sweetheart. The tortoise that is!

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  20. FLYNN says:

    Reblogged this on The Blogging Path and commented:
    Did you notice any of its other mates? Perhaps, y’all could adopt it until it matures.

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  21. dayphoto says:

    What a cutie! We don’t have turtles or tortoises here, it would be fun if we did

    Linda ❤⊱彡
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
    https://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/sherlock-boomer

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  22. vernette says:

    Awww!!! Cute overload!

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  23. A teenage girl I know has a baby tortoise that size. It’s called Tallulah and, yes, it’s very cute like the one in your photo.
    Has Spike Junior read Roald Dahl’s book, Esio Trot (tortoise spelled back to front)? I saw a film of it recently on television, starring Dustin Hoffman and Judi Dench, plus a whole load of tortoises of all sizes. It was brilliant and very funny.

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  24. AnnetteM says:

    He is amazing. Don’t think I saw the image before so glad you posted it again. It reminds me of the tiny frogs we sometimes see, but I have never seen such a small tortoise.

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  25. This baby tortoise photo is just the best in scale and cuteness.

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