BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

FROG CHALLENGE

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Tree Frog

The size of the tree frog perched in a dense clump of flowers and the light proved quite the challenge. I have only ever seen a couple of tree frogs before and I couldn’t walk away without a photo. I waited, changed my position and waited some more but he never turned my way.  In the end though, I was pretty happy with the shot I got.

34 thoughts on “FROG CHALLENGE

  1. Really great camouflage!

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  2. I had to search for the frog for several seconds, he is that well camouflaged. Nice photo, Belinda.

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  3. No wonder you’ve only seen a couple, well spotted and a good shot worth waiting for.

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  4. Tree frogs always put a smile on my face, and I’m delighted when I find a new one. It’s really fascinating how they are able to climb to such apparently precarious perches!

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  5. Fantastic shot. Well done! 😊

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  6. They sure are masters at ignoring people and cammo. Nice find and capture, Belinda!

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  7. I didn’t think they lived up there. They have been known to stay in the same position for a full day 😂😂.

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  8. Good eye Belinda, he is very well camouflaged. I wonder how many I miss in my garden hidden in plain sight!

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  9. Your patience paid off, Belinda!

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  10. Nice Belinda! He really blends in to the leaf! Cool image!

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  11. Great shot with the challenges, Belinda. I love him ‘in hiding’!

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  12. It seems as if he is hiding, I had to look twice to see the little frog. They are very cute and not always easy to photograph. You captured him well, Belinda!

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  13. It’s nice to see how well he blends into the environment.

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  14. You know, I couldn’t see the frog at first! It is right in front of me and so well camouflaged I couldn’t see it, lol! Lovely find and fabulous capture, Belinda!

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  15. What a happy find! I once found a tree frog inside a teapot on the kitchen windowsill – I always check inside them now before using them and, of course, I have not found another one.

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