shot #5 and just before my already past bed time, I saw that the painted turtle baby had torn wider the opening on the shell and could get her upper body out. What major progress! The 'gel' on her hands had dried up and I could see that she is a boy!"/> shot #5 and just before my already past bed time, I saw that the painted turtle baby had torn wider the opening on the shell and could get her upper body out. What major progress! The 'gel' on her hands had dried up and I could see that she is a boy!"/>

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Friday September 7, 2012

Chelmsford, MA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Five hours from shot #5 and just before my already past bed time, I saw that the painted turtle baby had torn wider the opening on the shell and could get her upper body out. What major progress! The 'gel' on her hands had dried up and I could see that she is a boy!

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13. belletrouvaille
12:55 AM GMT on September 19, 2012
Oh, Lori, I didn't see you stopping by! (I was counting the numbers so I didn't miss any comment) I am so happy that you got to know my new baby, thank you! Maybe slow is the way for turtles...
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12. SVLover
12:32 AM GMT on September 19, 2012
Oh wow! What a great series of a baby turtle coming to be. Thanks, Belle! Such a struggle, not unlike baby birds. Love it.
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11. belletrouvaille
12:29 AM GMT on September 19, 2012
He is as rumbustious as when he was in the egg, James. Thank you for all your comments on the new baby!
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10. gardner48197
4:51 AM GMT on September 15, 2012
Love it!!
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9. belletrouvaille
4:22 AM GMT on September 15, 2012
He is very happy with all the visits! Thank you so much for enjoying the baby diary, flowerman, Julie, Donna, and Maxine!
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8. Nikongranny
1:45 PM GMT on September 14, 2012
What a neat series. 10 from SW Iowa
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7. catilac
3:08 AM GMT on September 14, 2012
Such a great shot and series Belle!
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6. MTDisk
3:02 AM GMT on September 14, 2012
This is just tooo precious!! Again, THANK YOU for keeping us posted!!!
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5. flowerman
2:56 AM GMT on September 14, 2012
A great series!
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4. belletrouvaille
1:38 AM GMT on September 14, 2012
Dorothy, you are so kind, thank you. It has been fun having this little baby grabbing my attention amidst all other things.

Wilma, what a lovely surprise. Thank you so much for checking on my new baby. I should have added "Taaa daaa!" in my title!

Dianne, I am sure eggs catch your attention. :-) It has been a very exciting experience, since the first day I saw his mother laying eggs in my yard. Thank you for stopping by!
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3. snosno
1:03 PM GMT on September 13, 2012
A simply touching and very well done series! How exciting for you to experience this! 10!
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2. Kennebunker
10:05 AM GMT on September 13, 2012
Taaa daaa! Love this whole series, and all the anticipation that has led up to it, Belle. Congratulations on a successful hatch, and thanks for sharing all the pleasure with WUnderPhotos.
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1. Willow13
6:01 AM GMT on September 13, 2012
Wow! Belle, your photos of the hatchlings are wonderful!
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May 19, 2010: I carry my camera everywhere since I never know what I will encounter on my way. That is why I added "trouvaille" (good find) to my name. Didn't my dog find a good one to cuddle by? It had been a long sleep since I decided to post on WunderPhotos. (it still took me a month after I registered with it) This is more fun than Facebook! (though I have never had a Facebook account) Thank you for all your amazing photos that have inspired me day by day! Notes: 1. I don't edit my photos other than slight cropping, though I am aware of the old ways of changing results in the darkroom and admire what people can do nowadays on the computer. 2. With very few exceptions, I post photos in a series in chronological order from left to right and don't jump dates back and forth.

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