Wordless Wednesday – Frog Friends

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Gardener, writer, photographer, naturalist
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67 Responses to Wordless Wednesday – Frog Friends

  1. Anne says:

    A perfect image – well spotted!

  2. David says:

    Cool photo. Despite the title, I did not see the big one at first and was a bit surprised when I did.

  3. John says:

    Amazing! ❤️☺️

  4. Dale says:

    That is just so cool! Love all the greens.

  5. sandyjwhite says:

    Sure blends right in!

  6. germac4 says:

    What a contrast between a big frog and a little one!

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  8. What a sweet surprise!

  9. shoreacres says:

    What a neat image. I finally (!) found an honest-to-goodness big frog last weekend, so I can join you all in my own version of a frog Friday!

  10. Alice says:

    Nice to have a friend who doesn’t mind if you sit on them. Pretty leaf shapes.

  11. This made me smile! A fun one that would make a good card.

  12. Nice way to start the day with that photo and your header shot. 🙂

  13. ke01341 says:

    soon to come

  14. Tina says:

    Charming capture!! I assume this is not a current vignette, as you’re still in the cold of winter?

    • Eliza Waters says:

      Thank you, Tina. It was taken last week on a visit to a local greenhouse. Yes, his cousins are still hibernating outside. Lucky guy gets to spend his winter in the tropics! 🙂

  15. maryjane678 says:

    Hi Eliza. Staggering! I did a double take when I realised there were two of them. I love frog pics – always good value.

  16. Kris P says:

    The one on the bottom isn’t real, is it? I love frogs. I remember their soothing sounds (and zillions of pollywogs) in my childhood garden but I literally haven’t seen them for decades. Lizards, not nearly as cute, rule my current garden.

    • Eliza Waters says:

      It is a ceramic frog, topped by this little cutie in the greenhouse pool. This guy never has to hibernate! We won’t be hearing his kin for a few more months yet.

  17. Widdershins says:

    The micro and the macro. 😀

  18. Cathy says:

    I saw the cute little one, but didn’t immediately see the big one! What a great shot Eliza!

  19. Tranature - quiet moments in nature says:

    Aww what a sweet photo Eliza! 💕🐸

  20. gwenniesgardenworld says:

    What a pretty little thing !

  21. Debbie says:

    Don’t you just love finding the unexpected?!?

  22. Pepper says:

    Wow! Most of us would have probably missed seeing that perfect setup for a wonderful image. 😊👏🏽

  23. What a surprise and great shot!!🙂

  24. Val Boyko says:

    Wee things!! Getting ready. Great capture Eliza 💖

  25. “Are you my momma?” 😉 Awesome shot, great hubby eye!!

  26. You could easily have overlooked the big frog, a reversal of the normal situation in which it’s the small things that escape us.

  27. I wonder if the little frog was aware that the big one was not real. I also wonder whether a frog that large would eat a frog that small. It’s a fun picture for sure.

  28. A great place to hide. It thinks we can’t see it!!! And good healthy foliage to frame it!

    • Eliza Waters says:

      Thank you, Denise. I was surprised that it didn’t jump away as I loomed over it. Must have thought he blended in or that his big pal would take care of him, ha!

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