Photographing Frogs 2021

Part II

I enjoyed the challenge of finding new props for my little frogs as well as trying out some new techniques. The red gladiola turned out to be a real find as it went from bud to flower stage in the days that I photographed.

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The Purple Red-eye Tree Frog is swinging from an air plant, the Cinnamon Frog sits atop a flower, three Tiger-legs adorn the gladiola, and the Red-eye Tree Frog is peeking around the flower.

This group has a Clown Frog perched in a bromeliad, a Blue Dart Frog (only poisonous in the wild) on the pink flower, a Tiger-legged Tree Frog in the curl, a Lemur on the Sweetpea, and a Purple Red-eye Tree Frog on the Irish Bells.

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This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. I love the new frog photos! Each unique. It must be an amazing experience to work with them.

    1. Thanks, Sandy! I have a whole lot of fun with them.

  2. Beautiful frog images.

    1. Thanks so much, Ed!

  3. I so love the frogs, I have not been on FB lately too much going on mostly doc. visits but finally I think I may be on the happy road to recovery!!

    1. I understand. I’ve not been on much either, but have wondered how you were doing. Glad to hear that you’re doing better. You’ve certainly been through a lot! Thanks for taking the time to comment. Wishing you the Best. 🙂

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