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The season has begun! I found this cute female basking in Poor Farm Swamp while walking the rail trail last Sunday during my failed turtle search. I continue to be impressed and babble on about the nice detail the Tamron … Continue reading
On Earth Day 2022, this thoughtful bullfrog might be pondering the future of our planet and the health of its environment. Well, of course that is putting a bit too much anthropomorphism into this image but frogs are a keystone … Continue reading
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. 🙂
Found another from earlier this month. Have a great weekend, all!!!
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
Here’s a little cutie sporting the last vestige of its polliwog tail. The tympanum is just forming and looks small enough to indicate a young lady but I guess that could change with maturity. The supply of frogs to photograph … Continue reading
I found this guy hanging around in Moosehorn Pond a while back. Although I don’t think he was actually gripping the twig it does appear that way and a bit menacing as well. 🙂 I’ll be taking a blogging break … Continue reading
Sure looks like that’s what he’s thinking. Flies for Frogs Universal said my order had shipped but apparently not in time for this little guy. Bummer!
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.