Tag Archives: Lithobates catesbeianus
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.
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
I had already captured a few bullfrog images and decided it was time to start my errands and yard chores at home when I noticed this little frog between the lily pads. I am impressed as it was small and … Continue reading
A little early taste of Frog Friday. I’ve a cutie for tomorrow. In flower photography there is a technique called shoot through, iow using a leaf, grass, or some other object out of focus in the foreground to give a … 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