Yesterday was a very enjoyable day at the railtrail. Lots of foggy atmosphere and the little bullfrog folks were croaking up a mildly raucous symphony. +R
🙂 See you again soon. 🙂
I’ve always said that “before I croak I want to see a bull frog with a mischievous SP? grin.” And by George you found that frog and captured the best looking frog in the entire swamp. I just ow that someday he’ll be the prince who is better looking than Prince William.
Oh yes. I almost forgot. That’s a gorgeous monotone picture of the swamp.I think that you had a very good morning out in the “field.”
Thanks, Yvonne. I am glad you like the frog so much. Well, for him to be the good looking prince you will need to visit him and give him a little smooch on his cheek. 🙂
Reckon a fair young damsel will have to visis the swamp and enable the handsome frog to turn into a prince. 🙂
Abadabadabd that’s wonderful folks.
Steve the frog shot is absolutely beautiful. One of best frog pics I’ve seen. I love the detail and the reflection. The fog photo is also a beaut. That was certainly enough!
Had me guessing with Porky Pig till I hit the play arrow. 🙂
Thanks, Rod. Yeah, Porky is just a little treat. He always makes me laugh so I thought I’d share him. 🙂
Both of these are amazing Steve, really love the b&w trees, I can almost feel the moisture in the air in this one, great work !!
Thank you, Bernie. I am pretty lucky to have such a great source for fog and frog photographs.
Superb photos, Steve. The frog seems a very willing model. The monochrome is very atmospheric. Cool.
Thank you, Andrew. You can tell by the beatific smile this frog was quite happy to sit for a session. 🙂
Terrific fog scene and you gotta love froggy!
Thanks, Phil. I do love me some froggies.
Better Fog + R than Fog + L: we wouldn’t want you to get too beat up in your pursuit of nature.
A little pain is a worthy price for the creation of art, Steve. That said, I do prefer a frogging. 🙂
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