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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

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Just one of the millions of frogs that live around here. At night, they are so loud that when the windows are open, you can barely hear the tv. I love listening to them. The boys have caught a few tadpoles and put them in a fishbowl to watch them change into frogs. They are growing legs now!

14 comments:

  1. That's a great close-up Tanya! I have a tree frog living in between the glass and screen on my back door and every time it rains, he starts singing. It drives my kitty crazy!

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  2. This is a spectacular frog photo, Tanya. I love frog song...who needs to hear the tv anyway...it's better with the sound off...and now you have a froggy soundtrack.

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  3. et la princesse l'embrassa et il devint un superbe prince ;o)

    and the princess kissed him and he became a great prince :o)

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  4. Great shot.. he's actually kinda cute, but I never ever touch gooshy, mushy creatures such as he.

    Bet the guys are in love with them though.

    Di
    The Blue Ridge Gal

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  5. I love from legs! Can you eat them? We used to have many in our canyons here in San Diego but I don't seem them any more - probably due to the fact that we are in a drought!

    Great experience for your kids. I hope your week is somehow getting better after the tragic accident. You are in my thoughts and prayers!

    -Nancy

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  6. That's neat that they get to do that - be sure & take pics of them changing, I'm curious!

    Prayers are needed, swing by my page for details, please!

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  7. That's so cool! My kids would love to catch tadpoles. Have fun.

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  8. A great photo Tanya, I happen to love frogs too but I haven't seen one for a very long time.

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  9. In this year I've seen only one frog... (But I've heard many of them ;) ).

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  10. That's a marvellous close up.

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  11. We have a lot of them in our backyard for some reason. No water around us, just a lot of rain. Neat project to watch the tadpoles become frogs.

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  12. Great capture, Tanya! I really like frogs.

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  13. Nice closeup. I hope you have a good weekend!

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  14. I have some frogs in my garden too - but they're not as big as this dude!

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