Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Green Tree Frogs


The theme for Texture Tuesday this week is "Look Up".

I didn't have any recent photos which I thought would be suitable, so I went back into the archives and found a photo from January this year - Green Tree Frogs.

On this particular evening, I remember going into the backyard to get out into the cool air.  We heard a noise coming from the roof.   When we looked up, there were more than 20 green tree frogs looking down at us.

For this image I used the texture "Unleashed" by Kim Klassen.





“Friends, you and me... you brought another friend... and then there were three...
We started our group... our circle of friends... and like that circle... there is no beginning or end.”
~ Eleanor Roosevelt


Sharing with Texture Tuesday and Our World Tuesday.

41 comments:

  1. What a wonderful image! I love the way they're all lined up. Makes me smile!

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    1. Thanks Jill. They made me smile too.

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  2. Love this shot - You could not have made it more perfect if you lined them up yourself! Yes - I agree with Prairejill ....made me smile too!!

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  3. What an amazing shot - wonderful!

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  4. Great shot - it's as if they posed for you.

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    1. Thanks Carol. They didn't seem to mind sitting there while I took a few photos.

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    1. Thanks Pieni. I think they are cute too.

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  6. Awesome capture, Nikki!
    Love it very much...
    Warm greetings, Anna :))

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  7. Nice image - I like frogs - but we don't get too many in suburban Melbourne!

    Stewart M - Melbourne

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    1. Thanks Stewart. The population of frogs seems to fluctuate depending on how many cane toads are around.

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  8. What a wonderful shot! The frogs seem to be posing for a photo.

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    1. Thanks lotusleaf. These were really easy subjects to photograph. I wish all my subjects were that co-operative.

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  9. ok THESE guys or gals made ME laugh. Good ol' tree frogs. I have lived in Utah most of my life but lived in Seattle for four years and we had tree frogs there. They aren't in Utah, too dry I guess. It is fun to watch them jump if... that is if ...they aren't landing on you. Great texture!

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    1. Hi Renae, It's good to know we aren't the only ones who have these beautiful creatures. These frogs were jumping from the roof onto the grass. The height didn't seem to bother them. I am glad they didn't land on me, even though they are so cute.

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  10. Oh my gosh~~what a surprise!! These little guys made me laugh, too! You could send this in to Cute Overload :~)

    Thanks so much for stopping by my blog, Nikki!

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    1. I had never seen Cute Overload before. Thanks for the recommendation and for stopping by.

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  11. Sometimes we're given opportunities - this was one of the times! Great capture.

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    1. I agree Barb. Right place at the right time.

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  12. What a gift and how well you have re-gifted it for us all to enJOY!!! This is definitely a smile-maker!!

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  13. I love this shot . . . tree frogs are so darn cute, you just have to love them.

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  14. Made me laugh! I love this shot!

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  15. Made me laugh! I love this shot!

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  16. What a great capture!

    Thank you for your visit and comment on my OWT post.

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  17. Cute picture. It definitely worth keeping an eye out.

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  18. That's adorable! They were waiting for you to take their picture ;)

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  19. Great capture Nikki, love the wrinkles under their chins, something you don't normally have a good look at.

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Nikki

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