where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
September 30, 2015 § 31 Comments
Tagged: animal, emerald, frog, garden, grass, king, macro, mulch, rare, shade, shadow
He is magnificent! Beautiful presentation.
Tremendous! You must have stumbled upon him. What wonderful coloring he has and you captured. BIG!
Forget the prince. I’ll take the frog.
good one, shore acres 🙂
Great portrait, exquisite detail.
Beautiful frog. Definitely a king.
That’s a beauty! Your posts always give me a lift in the morning …..
I loved the words, but the photo gives me the creeps! Frogs scare me agh 😣
Anyway, I wonder if you’d mind checking out my blog, too? 🙂
Very colorful frog, nice find.
Wow! Cool find! Wish I could stumble across something like that urban side 🙂
Gorgeous green. For some reason we haven’t had as many frogs in the front pond, but more down at the river. Cyclical, I guess. The herons have been passing through on their way south. Watch out froggies!
Fantastic image and a wonderful haiku
Striking colors this frog you met.
What a beauty…I love frogs…well except for the Bufo frogs that occasionally occupy my backyard 🙂
Very beautiful and nice.
I love it! I could reblog if you like. 🙂
Brenda, please do!
Seedbud, They’ve changed the reblog method, and I can’t find the way to do it on your blog. It used to be on the header. Then they moved it next to the like buttons. But you don’t have like buttons. Under share, I can “press” it, whatever that means. I’ll try it, but if it looks bizarre, I’ll delete it again. Also, I can’t see how to put commentary under the “press” it function. I’ll do my best, though. Have a great weekend, Brenda
I basically had to create my own post. I had to import your photo onto my desktop. It was way more effort than reblogging. Do you know if others have reblogged from your site recently? How did they do it?
Great picture. Check out my blog
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I can see why he is often hidden, beautiful photograph! 🙂
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