Frogs, salamanders, newts and other various amphibians

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  1. Arkanjel Imaging

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    Good job on all three.....
     
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    I have a small pond in my backyard mainly for Koi, but I have several frogs. Mostly they are camera shy, but occasionally I get a shot of them. Enjoy:

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    #1 WOW...that's a great shot. What kind of frog is that? Love the colors, the frog...everything.
     
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    Thank you kindly. That's a tiny little tree frog that hopped in through my front door then up onto the wall and stuck there, where I retrieved him and put him in a temporary home of an aquarium I keep around for shooting oddball stuff. That was last year when I was staying at a little cabin in the woods in Alabama.

    I had a lot of fun shooting those photos of him, then turned him loose again.
     

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