BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

FROGS 0N LOGS (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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On a lazy hot day, I passed these frogs hanging out just off the viewing platform. There was nothing much about, a few ducks, a few dragonflies and these two. We went on our way and on our return the frogs had barely moved, waiting it seemed for lunch to show up.

32 thoughts on “FROGS 0N LOGS (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. With those grins, you can’t help but smile right back! Great shots, Belinda!

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  2. They have such intriguing expressions. I almost expect the first one to start telling a story.

    Lovely shots. The small details of nature are just as fascinating as the big creatures.

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  3. Great title and fabulous frogs on logs, Belinda! The green is so beautiful!

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  4. Great images, Belinda, of these two in their green environment! I really like the first one tucked in with the vegetation.

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  5. The title alone was compelling! I had to see it.
    Nice shots,

    Paz

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  6. I see a little crown on its head… did you kiss the prince?

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  7. I see that John had the same thought about the frog’s smile.

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  8. I like these green frogs…. in our place frogs are slowly vanishing due to damage of natural habitats!

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  9. The top one almost looks like a yard statue or fixture. Great eye spotting these!

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  10. Love a good rhyming title!
    And that first frog blended in so well with his surroundings that he startled me when I found it in the pic!

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  11. Wow! They look like rather large frogs. Such lovely expressions on their faces too – they could easily fit into a children’s story 🙂

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  12. They look happy enough 🙂

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  13. This frog must be the happiest frog ever. 😉😌😬💕

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