BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

MORE FUN WITH FROGS (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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As the warm weather ends and frogs begin hibernation, I thought it would be fun to have another look at these wonderful subjects. There is a cove at the reserve that was a perfect spot to photograph a variety of frogs. After a summer windstorm, access to it was blocked by fallen trees so we had to go further afield for photo opportunities. It would be nice if the management of the reserve does a bit of clearing next spring so that we can enjoy these little creatures nearby once again.

29 thoughts on “MORE FUN WITH FROGS (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. I like these little amphibian, you captured them very well.

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  2. Sweet images, Belinda. I esp. love the first one!

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  3. Love the cliché. I have a small sculpture of a frog on a lily pad.

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  4. Especially like the top image – beautiful portrait! A 🙂

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  5. Wonderful Captures, Regards

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  6. Both are great images on their lily pads, Belinda! I especially like the first one with the sky reflecting blue in the water, a nice accent to the green.

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  7. Very delightful photos, Belinda. It’s not easy to find frogs sitting out like this, and the lily pads are the perfect platform.

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  8. It’s so amazing how they hibernate like they do. It’s probably how some of them survived the mass KT extinction event.

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  9. That first one is awesome!

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  10. What lovely pictures! Frogs definitely have a personality.

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  11. They are such cute little critters. 😌

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