Sea Turtles in The Right Blue

Green Sea TurtleWe have noticed that our readers really seem to like stories and photos of sea turtles. In fact, the story called The Cave Where Turtles Die, which we published in June of 2008, has received more traffic than any other single story on The Right Blue since the blog's inception! (Fortunately, most of our turtle stories are not so grim as that one was.)

Here is a directory of articles about sea turtles in The Right Blue:

Here is a directory of sea turtle photos in The Right Blue:

Sea turtle videos on The Right Blue:

10 comments:

  1. I love your photo stories! Its like reading National Geographic, or the like, for me. The pictures add a lot and the stories are short and easy to follow. I look forward to them. Keep up the interesting posts!

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  2. Hi Kevin - Thank you so much. We appreciate the positive feedback.

    Bobbie

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  3. Great posts and wonderful pictures as usual! I would have missed those if you had not listed them. Thanks!

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  4. Just found your blog and have spent more time than you can imagine, just wondering through reading and looking at your wonderful pictures! Thank you for sharing your adventures. I would love to put a link to you from my blog.

    Tootie
    http://turtletalkwithtootie.blogspot.com

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  5. @ 2Sweet - Thank you. I'm glad to know you enjoyed them.

    @ Tootie - Any friend of sea turtles is a friend of ours. You are welcome to link to The Right Blue, and we will add you to our blogroll page as well.

    Bobbie

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  6. Great post. The photos are absolutely pristine. Which camera and waterproof camera-case do you use?

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  7. I wanted to be Jacques Cousteau when I grew up..You get to live like he did...Photos and information..Thank you..Rambling Woods

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  8. (The comment I left yesterday seems to have been dumped. ) I've gone through all your turtle posts and pix, and really enjoyed them. Thanks for grouping them all together!

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  9. @ ScienceGuy - All of the underwater photos on The Right Blue were shot on film with a Nikonos V (dedicated submersible camera body) and assorted Nikon submersible lenses. My favorite lens is the U/W Nikkor 15mm. Most of the macro shots were done with submersible 35mm and 28mm lenses, plus extension tubes. Very old fashioned stuff, but it works for me! Jerry then digitized the transparencies using a Nikon Super COOLSCAN 5000 ED scanner.

    @ Michelle - You are very welcome. We're glad you enjoy our stories and photos.

    Bobbie

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  10. @ Lavender - Your comment was dumped?? Maybe it just didn't 'take' -- because I certainly haven't deleted it! In any case, thanks for returning and adding your thoughts. We have a couple more topical groupings like this in preparation. Feedback like yours is very welcome, because it assures us that the time it took to go through the blog and group the posts was a worthwhile thing to do. Thanks again.

    Bobbie

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We welcome your comments and invite your questions. Dialogue is a good thing!

Bobbie & Jerry