There’s snow on the way here and more single nighttime digits forecast. Seems an apt time to gaze upon some green goodness.
Meteorological Spring is just 5 days away. 🙂
Happy last chance (maybe) for snow pictures this season.
You’d think so but I just shoveled and put the snowblower to work. I’m getting lazy in my old age.
One of our Rio Grande Leopard Frogs came out of “hibernation” this week, so I know warm weather is not far away.
I imagine they have a pretty good inner sense about when it’s safe to venture out into the world. A little cold isn’t bad but too much cold and they look like this.
Oh happy green goodness!! Thanks, Steve. I needed this!
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That makes me very glad I shared this, Melissa. 🙂
Green has always been the colour of hope. Spring is not far anymore even at our latitudes.
It is coming but slowwwwly. Winter makes us appreciate spring even more.
Happy to see this great wearing of the green-ness. Only 20 days ’til St. Paddy’s Day! if you see that frog, please treat him to a Guinness on me, or a swamp water cocktail.
I’ve never thought about a Saint Paddy’s Day frog but now that you’ve mentioned it. 🙂
Thats a good looking frog!
Late winter is definitely a time ‘that tries men’s souls!’
Indeed it does. We may anticipate it’s snowy beauty but after a few months it gets a little old. 🙂
Lovely to see! Our weather conditions can’t change soon enough ❄️
I’m with you on that, Belinda, and I don’t even live in the Great White North. 🙂
A little frogginess on this Friday was just what I needed, since we’re in for rain/drizzle, cold, and wind until Sunday afternoon or Monday. It’s always worst just before ‘real’ spring appears — just when we start to hope that the warmup will persist, we plunge back into the cold. It wouldn’t be so bad, except it’s been doing it two or three times a week. Enough, already!
We’ve had similar weather here, Linda. Teasing warmth, in the 50’s and occasional 60’s, then back below freezing. There are still single digits in the forecast for nights yet to come. I’m glad Mr Bullfrog brought you a sense of warmth and greenness.
Green goodness indeed – what a beautiful frog!
He is a handsome little frogger. Green is welcome about this time. 🙂
Spring green – in more ways than one maybe – boing! Hehe!
Hoping with you that spring and greenness will, once again, arrive.
I am never happy to see life speeding by, but I don’t mind it a little bit if that means an early spring. 🙂
I can relate!
It would be fun to see all your frog photos together … you have so many! 🙂
I wish I was as industrious as you and most other photographers who are much better about getting their images uploaded to websites.I should have a frog gallery as you suggest. Hint to self…get it done! 🙂
Oh goody!! I’m ready for you to overdose me with frogs!!
Ha! If only I could, Lori. Still quite a bit early here but I’ll try to post some archival frogs…especially come St. Paddy’s Day. 🙂
And I hope all is well there. You have posted in months so hopefully it is just the demands of minding a farm in the winter that is keeping you too busy.
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