In December, I flew to Kona, Hawaii again. It was very nice to be in 70 degree weather with plenty of sunshine as opposed to sub zero and dark (only 5 hours daylight) Alaska!
As the sun lowered its angle, I selected a turtle napping near the edge of a shallow tide pool. I carefully composed and set up the camera. The great thing about photographing turtles is they don't move as much as most other wildlife. While I was adjusting the camera position, Mr. turtle slightly opened his eyes, slowly moved its head, and closed his eyes again; still laying in the same spot.