Green Tree Frog

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  1. Goontz

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    We've had several different tree frogs showing up in the back yard lately and I finally got the camera out to capture this little guy. For size reference, he's on the brick exterior in the first pic, and on the back door next to door knob in the second.

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    That last one is sure interesting.
     
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    Thanks? How so?

    That's one that I thought I missed my focus point and wished I had a little deeper DOF, but still thought it came out okay overall.
     
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    The other two are less unique and the third just stands out. It was a compliment.
     
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    Good deal then, lol. Thank you.
     
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    I like they way the frog is looking up in #2
     
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    nice shot
     
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    next time catch him and put him in a tree or some leaves or grass or something, you have the skills to get him in focus and good composition, just try not to mix a wild animal with man made structures

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    I thought about moving him, but didn't want to bother him too much. I'll do that next time. Thanks, Mike.
     
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    I sort of disagree. Mixing wildlife with human made structures can be very interesting but it depends on the photo. Likewise, a frog in grass can be very interesting but also very boring. It really depends on the photo as a whole. Personally, I like #2 and #3.
     
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    Well he's back tonight, and I think I improved a bit on #3.

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    that's weird that he came back.. never thought of frogs as having a regular repeating schedule of where they travel

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