Saturday, February 4, 2012

Saturday Snapshot - Tree Frog



An early morning visitor stuck to the top of the bathroom window frame.
Georgian Bay, Ontario
Summer, 2008

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22 comments:

Kailana said...

Seeing your picture I am not sure I have ever seen a tree frog before...

Dizzy C said...

He looks grumpy or mean. I cannot read froggy expressions :)

carol

Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow said...

He does look very much out of sorts. Do your suppose he knows you're taking his photo? lol

Thanks for sharing and making me smile.

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Kaye said...

I'm surprised he didn't hop away when you were taking his photo.

(Diane) Bibliophile By the Sea said...

Very cute and just so green -- thought they were generally brown:)

Beth said...

So much for camouflage!

Christine Rains said...

Love this shot! He looks a little ticked you're taking his photo, though.

Kay said...

He looks like he's not quite sure how he got there and isn't too happy about it. LOL

Lisa@ButteryBooks said...

So cute. Much prettier than the warty toads we see around our house.

Tracy said...

Ahhh - we don't get tree frogs over here.

Jake said...

Thanks for dropping by!

Don't think I've ever seen a tree frong, but then I'm a true city girl.

Lisa said...

Great picture! He looks like he does not want to be disturbed.

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Paulita said...

He's a tree frog, not a window frame frog. That's why he's grumpy. Great shot. Here's Mine

bermudaonion said...

He looks rather ominous.

smellincoffee said...

Hah, no one wants to have photos taken of them so soon after waking up; not even the frogs.

Alyce said...

So cute! I think that frogs are so charming! I would love to have one as a pet, but usually they need to eat live crickets and I draw the line at keeping live bugs in the house.

Leslie said...

I really want to say he looks adorable. A little grumpy, maybe, but still cute.

Nise' said...

Wonder how he found his way there. Great photo.

Sam (Tiny Library) said...

Oh, how cute :)

When I was little, we had a toad that lived in permanent residence in our garden. He had lost one eye and was very tame. I was sad when one day he had just gone..

Sharon's Garden of Book Reviews said...

How funny that we all think he's grumpy! has a little personality that one! :)

Louise said...

I love green frogs! Sadly I don't think I've seen one since I was a kid.

Marie said...

He doesn't look like he's having a good day. Great shot!