Tag Archives: amphibian
Although it’s getting late, frogs are still up and about on Poor Farm Swamp lily-pads. I was pleasantly surprised to see a fair number as I walked the rail trail this past Sunday morning and found this handsome rake shortly … Continue reading
Ordinarily most of us prefer a head on shot and a look into the eyes of our subject…assuming it is a subject with eyes. It is good to see other views and I liked this look at the back of … Continue reading
When I visited MacLeod Field on this past Sunday I had insects on the mind and as you saw had an enjoyable time chasing the Silver-bordered Fritillary. But prior to that I was chasing a small moth when I saw … Continue reading
Bullfrog on a pad…sort of. These guys are always smiling although it often seems a wry smile. I should start bringing a bag of flies with me.
I was chasing a moth in Brickyard Meadow last Saturday when I saw something not much larger than the moth on a sensitive fern leaf a few inches away. Although it was partially hidden under another overhanging leaf and I … Continue reading
Mike Powell posted a nice frog shot on FB and I am sure it will be on his blog soon. I figured I should follow his lead and post another Frog Friday. B&W is a little different and I think … Continue reading
Going through the search archives we are somewhere around the thirty fifth Frog Friday. I might have missed one or two. But now a number is established. This is one of the few bullfrogs I have photographed that is not … Continue reading
Hello Lithobates catebianus fans. Another week has passed quickly and we’re back at week’s end. I bet the frogs are liking all the rain we’ve received this week…it’s not only ducks who enjoy it…and I hope the weather is favoring … Continue reading
It’s been a long week here at SGNP. I found a tick on me last Friday and got some doxycycline to be safe. Guess that I am now allergic to it. Face got all tingly and the advice is to … Continue reading
I bet those long toes could use a pedicure as well.