Sunday, 14 November 2010

Mud Crab.


Low tide at Port Stewart was a fascinating place. These crabs are small, but have only one very large orange claw.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great pics as usual, well done :)
Medusa

Gecko said...

Thanks Medusa, and welcome :)

MK said...

Looks like you have plenty of subjects for your hobby. And on the plus side you don't have to worry about being blown away by the wind, none of that bone-chilling cold.

Mind you up where you two are, the crocs are a worry aren't they. There's always guns for that ey. :)

Gecko said...

There sure are plenty of crocs here, I'm still waiting to get a glimpse of one though!
The warmth is absolutely fantastic, as is the wild life, the people, and even my job, love it!!