That's hilarious! What a great shot.
Love frogs - we have frogs and toads a plenty around here. Even with just a tiny (40 gallon) pond in the side garden we have frog residents. Thanks for sharing.
GREAT picture!!!! Love those eyes!
How do you do these amazing shots? You must have some special thing with the wild critters to get to pose for you so well!
I wish I found frogs cute, but I just don't. Same with snakes--even if I know they're harmless (and all the ones around here are) I still can't help but cringe when I see them. I'm scarred for life from living in Arizona and watching out for rattlers.
I love this picture!I absolutely love frogs. I collected figurines and stuffed animals (and anything else with a frog) as a little girl. I picked up every frog and toad that I could find and decorated child number 2's nursery in all of my old frog stuff. Everyone knew that I liked frogs and I even had a friend that would round up frogs in his yard and bring them to me at school in large pickle jars. I would then take them home and let them go under our back porch.Did I mention that I loved frogs and this picture :o)
A very handsome puddock. A prince perhaps?
What a face! And the pose is simply great. Too cute for words!
Fantastic picture, Fig! Just awesome!
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