Wordless Wednesday: Just a Little Crabby Today

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I came across this guy at dusk one day last week, and it seemed to me he was waiting for a good challenge to justify making a move.

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  1. That's a really fun picture!

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  2. Did you run? He looks menacing. Great picture.

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  3. He looks like he could kick my butt. Great picture.

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  4. Oh, what big eyes he has. Oh, what big PINCERS he has!

    Great shot!

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  5. Like to see a photographer get down to the job.lol. Sandy.

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  6. what a fun photo, he looks like I feel somedays. lol!

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  7. Anonymous4:35 PM

    beautiful capture. Never saw a live one up so close!

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  8. It seems so amazing, that one image of one small creature, could whole the story of my life. Picnics at the beach, playing in the surf, the feel of the undertow around my legs, grit between my fingers, the heat of the sun on my back, all so intimate so complete. For so many years, I had such a close relationship with sun and surf, and tracks in the dunes and now I am in the desert....thank you for this small blessing. I hold the shell to my ear, and my lost life is all recalled.

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  9. He looks a wee bit chubby, maybe he can't move, lol.

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  10. he better move or he will soon be some other creature's dinner.

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  11. what a handsome fella.

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  12. I saw one of these little guys on a beach when I took my daughter and her friend to FL many years ago. I get up early and they wouldn't of course. I wanted them to see it so I took it to our room and put it into the sink. When they got up I heard awful screaming. Ha... they got to see it. Of course I put it back where I found it. They didn't appreciate all my efforts.

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  13. I don't think I would like to get on the wrong side of this critter. This is a great picture, however.

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  14. Noble fellow





    Warm Aloha from Waikiki :)

    Comfort Spiral

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  15. amazing how you got it. it's either you stayed there for a long time or just really was lucky to capture it before it runs. i dont always get a chance to capture them as they are quite fast.

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  16. I find so many but when I pick them up they are empty :(

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  17. What a funny shot! They kind of freak me out - I'm not sure if I'd have stopped long enough to shoot a picture. LOL!! Great job.

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  18. You've photographed it so well! He has the color of the beach!

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  19. Cute picture. I think he's probably not going to give any ground there :)

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  20. He looks really crabby that's for sure. Hugs, G

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  21. Love the photo!! He is terrific!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  22. He's a real cool character. He looks about to pounce to me. Or that could be my paranoia speaking. Last weekend a spider and a praying mantis both hopped on me while I tried to get a closeup shot. Yes, I screamed, and yes, Hubby laughed. Oh, and great shot!

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  23. MOM! (whiny voice) He's looking at me!!

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  24. What a cute little crabby! Actually he looks quite large from this angle...

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  25. He's kind of cute, isn't he? Nice capture!

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  26. cute little fella though it brings to mind the time i got bit in the water by one of them. took the top of one of my toes right off! oh yeah, that was a lot of fun.....

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  27. Great capture. Love it.

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  28. I have never seen one before so thanks for bringing your world to mine through pictures. I hope I never meet up with one on the beach tho!

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  29. I love this one. Great low point of view!

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  30. Great shot of the critter.

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  31. He has his eyes on you!
    Good shot of the crab.

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  32. hat a great shot!

    I'm surprised the little crabby didn't crawl away

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  33. Super shot!! I LOVE this!

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