As you probably know I have a lot of fun photographing these little frogs and their friends. It's not my intention to portray them as they are in the wild. Finding props to show off their colors and agility is part of the fun. The frogs are carefully handled by their owner and come to no harm while being photographed. After eleven years of…
As though in compensation for our steamy, hot summers in south Louisiana, the air is filled with the heady scents of Magnolias, Gardenias and Roses. I'm very fortunate to have all three outside my door. I've been enjoying photographing them and thought I would share a few of my images.
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.
Part I — Once and sometimes twice a year I make time to photograph Patrick Nabors' tiny exotic frogs. I've been doing this since 2008, and it's something that I never tire of. It's fun, challenging and rewarding. This year was no exception.