Saturday, October 27, 2012

Froggers

*Yes! These guys are wild, not pets, not restrained!* I'm not going to lie, that first photo may be my new favorite.  It's like they're posing for their family portrait in a studio. It's ridiculous. Ridiculously cute, I mean. Come on! His hand is resting on the other guy's shoulder!?  Absurd. Thanks for being such laid back subjects, tree frog buds!  SOCC Macro Monday

16 comments:

Lucy Corrander : Photos said...

Brilliant! How many shots did you take from which you selected these? Or were they fantastic sitters straight off?

JK said...

Great pose and very nice color on these guys. They can be so variable, but you hit on some lime-green frogs perfectly.

Elizabeth said...

The second one is pretty great too. It's like infinite reflecting frogs.

Lighthousegal said...

Amazing photos. How on earth did you manage to capture three amazing shots of the colorful tree frogs. It truly does look like a photo shoot. Critters are usually hard to capture, as they move with the sight of we humans or the sound of our cameras.
Happy Sunday!

Manu Tyagi said...

great pose. keep it up .

Janie said...

Very cute. They must like you to pose so perfectly for your camera!

Rachel B said...

I didn't see your photos until I had posted mine :-) How obliging of your froggers to pose so nicely for you - lovely photos!

Stewart M said...

They are great pictures - are these in the wild?

Stewart M - Australia

Katrin said...

Cute models! And they realy look like professionals in posing ...

Nicola Carpenter said...

Fantastic pictures. What a cute pair of frogs.

Herding Cats

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Great photos ~ are they in the wild? ~
(A Creative Harbor) artmusedog and Carol ^_^

edenhills said...

Amazing shots! Are these pet frogs or where did you find such cooperative little guys/gals?

Gunilla Bäck said...

They're adorable!

Ingmarie We said...

Very nice frogs and your photos are very special too. Happy week!

Pat said...

What wonderful shots of these cute little guys!

Jen said...

You found these at Anahuac? I need to pay more attention. I only noticed the birds and alligators. Great shot!