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  • Photo Editing Company

    #sea #turtle #animal #photography

  • Mose Smith

    Double #cute baby Animals #Baby Animals| http://cute-baby-animals-521.blogspot.com

  • Katheryn Patton

    Charlie my turtle friend.

  • Diana Clark

    Amazing Underwater Photography | (10 Beautiful Photos)

  • Kassi Simpson

    Swim Lessons #photos, #bestofpinterest, #greatshots, https://facebook.com/apps/application.php?id=106186096099420

  • Gerri Glackin Lambert

    Sea Turtles ~ photo taken in 2008 and called "Double Turtle", rec'd awards for the shot and many kudos from fellow photographers for detail, clarity, and timing. Taken in Windward Islands, French Polynesia.

  • Nina L. Diamond

    Synchronized swimming turtles

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