Friday, August 27, 2010

Camera-Critters #125

Hubs got home late the other night. Well, actually, Hubs had got home late every night this week, but that's beside the point. Anyway... Hubs got home, and before he even had the door shut, he called to me and asked when I got the new pet. As I jumped up to come see what he was talking about, he was telling me I might want my camera (which I was already grabbing).

Isn't it funny that I'm grabbing my camera even with no idea what I'm going to see?

"Hey Honey, it's the end of the world."

"Oh, o.k. lemme grab my camera."

I might as well just keep it hanging from my neck at all times.

Oh yeah... anyway...

When I got to where Hubs was standing, he just pointed, and I started giggling. My new pet had affixed himself to our door. I guess he was wanting to be the welcoming committee....

(c) Misty DawnS

I think it's so neat how the glass, lighting, and camera caused the frog to have more than one reflection.

"Oh darling reflection! Oh how I love you!
Errrr, both of you. I mean all four of you!"
How many gorgeous reflections can one frog handle???
(c) Misty DawnS

And this is what you saw on the other side of the glass.
No, my windows aren't really that dirty.
O.K., who am I kidding? Yes they are.
(c) Misty DawnS

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LOL--what a great shot. Looks like you have a new friend!


Very cute frog and cool shots.


Wow, what amazing shots. Delightful!


Thats a weired lookingfrog and the color isdifferent from other. in other words it cute. Thanks for sharing. great shots.

Martha Z

One year we had dozens of these all over our patio. That was before blogging and I don't have a single picture. I'll just have to enjoy yours.

Chubskulit Rose

Oh my I haven;t seen a frog that looks like that yet.

Corner Gardener Sue

I never see frogs or toads in my yard. How cool that you had one on your door! Great shots!

Joanne Olivieri

These shots are way too cute.

Adrienne Zwart

Such a cute frog. I love the reflections. What I really want to know is "Did you keep him?"


He's so cute! You're really an amazing photographer.


hahaha he loves to stick around huh? cute entry! :)


Ooooooooooooooooh! How exotic compared to me chickens! lol!

Have a good bank holiday weekend Dxxx

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Such an adorable little critter. Love all the reflections in the pictures too :)


Interesting looking Tree Frog...and a strange place for him to be...hehe.


I always love the dialog in your posts, Misty. I'm always smiling when I leave. Great photos of the little frog and its many reflections.
An English Girl Rambles


Seems like every time I visit my mom she has a visitor like this one, lol. Very cute shots! And I'm proud of you to grab the camera before going. :)


Hehe, cute post, thanks for the giggle. What a neat little tree frog, love it!


I'd like a welcoming committee at my house too!

Great photo - I especially like the one that shows how he's holding on.



Frogs are so much fun... the one's we have around our place are a nice bright green - cute!!

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