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Saturday, 19 March 2016

Camouflaged Courtship


Its mating season here for frogs.

These two were so well camouflaged in the leaves and moss that I thought it was one giant frog.
Just snapped a quick shot and left!

Linking with Eileen for Saturday's Critters

and Camera Critters

Enjoy your weekend!

22 comments:

  1. Hello Christine,
    Elle est magnifique cette grenouille, on l'a voit presque pas !
    Bon week-end, bises !

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  2. Hello Christine, what great timing and capture. They do look camouflaged. Awesome shot. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!

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  3. Hello Christine, such a wonderful frog!
    Have a nice weekend!
    suza

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  4. Beautiful sky and great photo of the mating frogs. Very well camouflaged!

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  5. the nature is well done! sometimes you have to concentrate to see them!

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  6. ahh, I seem that frogy went a courting too

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  7. Hello Christine!:)Wonderful opportune moment in capturing these mating frogs. They are very well camouflaged, and well photographed.I love frogs!!:))

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  8. They're so cute, but not at all easy to spot.

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  9. I thought just one at first glance, too!

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  10. They sure blend in well. Great capture.

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  11. We get quite a few frogs around the cabin, but I've only seen them in singles on logs or a float. I like them except when their croaking keeps me awake. - Margy

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  12. What a great capture - camouflaged indeed!! At first glance I thought exactly the same, that it was just the one.

    Sharing snapshots at Captured By Jade

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  13. Oh gosh, it took me ages to work out there were two! So well camoflaged and such amazing colours. Have a wonderful weekend :)

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  14. They do't seem to mind a bit their privacy compromised.

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  15. I hope they don't sue you for invasion of privacy!

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  16. What a great shot. There were hundreds of them at our local park. The first thing we noticed was the racket they were creating. Those ribbits were incredibly loud and could be heard all along our walk.

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  17. Well spotted brilliant shot. Have a great week ahead.

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  18. Um grande momento.
    Um abraço e boa semana.
    http://andarilharar.blogspot.pt/

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  19. oooooh he really blends with the landscape!!!!!

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  20. Got tickled over your "snapped a quick shot and left!" :-) Awesome photo!

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