09.24.2021 Frog Friday

In grass and other plants up to my knees I was lucky to see him much less get a clear shot. But frogs are getting scarcer in the morning as the season winds down and the overnights are cooler so I didn’t pass up the opportunity.

Green Frog-Lithobates clamitans in situ  🙂 I did all I could to reduce the effect of the dead grass and other overly bright areas.

This might be it for current frogs but you never know, I might find one or two while traveling.

About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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17 Responses to 09.24.2021 Frog Friday

  1. This fellow has a great metallic sheen, I bet he buffs himself up with Simichrome or Kiwi every morning.

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  2. I like that metallic shade of green.

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  3. Mike Powell says:

    I love the way that you capture the bumpy texture of the frog and its metallic glow of its skin.


  4. Peter Klopp says:

    Contemplative and thoughtful philosopher frog!

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  5. Littlesundog says:

    What a lovely green sheen on this frog! I found a frog in the chicken pen yesterday, hiding in the holes of a cinder block near the water hydrant. And Tuesday I was mowing in the deer pen where we still keep a full stock tank of water for the deer, and found three gorgeous frogs. One was a coppery brown which I’d never seen around here. What a delight! I thought of you immediately… I felt like the luckiest girl alive. Too bad I was on the mower and had no camera or cell with me. 😦

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  6. shoreacres says:

    What an unusual color; I really like the metallic sheen, and the hints of purple. Do frogs change color in autumn, like the leaves?

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