BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

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A FONDNESS FOR FROGS (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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I do like frogs, something I came to realize when I took up nature photography. You have to  appreciate their patience and skill in the hunt, their ability to hide in plain sight, their comical expressions and those eyes. With the cooler days upon us, we haven’t seen them for a while. I imagine they’re preparing for their long winter of hibernation until next spring…

26 thoughts on “A FONDNESS FOR FROGS (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. That bottom image and frog are super cool! Nice catch Belinda!

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  2. I like the design on him 🙂

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  3. Beautiful specimens! Hard not to love their whimsical expressions. 🙂

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  4. Capture is nearly impossible! You are a great frog-hunter!

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  5. I really like them a whole lot too! Wonderful shots, Belinda! 🙂

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  6. Those frogs are definitely princes under a spell. Try kissing one next time and we’ll see if it’s true.

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  7. It is easy to see how much you like frogs, Belinda, by the personable photos you have created. I love the expression you captured on the first frog, and the second frog has an enchanting gold line through the eye.

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  8. Kermit! Great shots. We have a pond in our backyard and LOTS of frogs. I love our froggy buddies!

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  9. Wow am impressed by your work

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  10. Aren’t they such beautiful creatures! As a kid I was fascinated with these guys. It was such a joy to watch my children growing up to find the same fascination and love for them. Beautiful photos and memories. Wonderful photos! ❤️☺️

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  11. Lovely expressions – and colouring!

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