Saturday, September 17, 2011

Froggy/ Camera Critters

 One side of leopard frog

This guy or gal is sitting in a sandy spot at the side of a creek. I think the frog (a leopard frog, I think)  is pretty well camouflaged, especially when seen from a bit further away.

The other side of Froggy


Added later: my apologies. This is a frog not a toad. OOPS!

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26 comments:

Malyss said...

Maybe there's a charming prince under that skin..

eileeninmd said...

He/she is a colorful frog. Great find and photos.

Paul said...

Toad of Toad Hall, I have the audio cd in the car player at the moment. Great photo.

Sandra said...

so cute, actually I would vote for A for adorable.

Roan said...

Okay, so, did you try kissing him? He's quite handsome as a toad, can you imagine how handsome he would be as a prince?

TexWisGirl said...

isn't that a frog? he's beautiful!

Indrani said...

Fantastic shots.

Cezar and Léia said...

Guy dresses quite stylish! :)
God bless you!
Cezar

Mark said...

That is one cool toad!

Paulie said...

Interesting catch! I am surprised it did not move away after you got the first shot. Definitely a camoflauge body!

Farmchick said...

A great shot of this little guy. I am also surprised that he was still long enough for a photo.

Small City Scenes said...

He is a cammo cuty. The frogs down by my pond go splash splash into the pond from the edge went one approaches and we don't even see them. MB

Andrea said...

This toad looks so clean and colorful, normally i see them as scary or slimy and dirty-looking. lovely shot.

Francisca said...

Nice outfit, this toad has... the hints of green go so well with the new green shoots in its environment. :-)

Zosia said...

What a lovely prince in disguise :-)

Halcyon said...

He's pretty interesting to see close up. I sort of like his "suit". :)

Cheryl said...

What a beautiful critter. So colorful I'll bet it blends in almost anywhere it needs to be.

Jack said...

What frog?

Kay L. Davies said...

S/he was probably relying on camouflage to keep you from seeing him/her/it.
Fun frog fotos, however.
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

see you there! said...

Nature is a true artist.

Darla

Ruta said...

What a beautiful frog...great find!

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Nice captures of this colorful frog.

Regards and best wishes

ladyfi said...

What a handsome fellow! Lovely shots.

Joyful said...

great pictures. what a handsome frog ;-)

Rose said...

These are great captures...

SquirrelQueen said...

What a cute little frog. I'll bet he/she would be hard to spot from a distance. You got some great shots!

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