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Posted By: DW58, 09-05-2017, 06:04 PM

In our well house. Hugging the soft water tank.

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09-05-2017, 07:56 PM   #2
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The Frog was a very accomodating Model............well captured.
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I must agree, that is a splendid photograph. Thanks for sharing.

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The Frog was a very accomodating Model............well captured.
Thanks. His buddy bailed as soon as I walked in. Jumped about two feet out and three feet down to the floor. Never saw him again.

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I must agree, that is a splendid photograph. Thanks for sharing.

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Thank you Tony. Pretty smokey around here isn't it?

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An excellent photograph of that little amphibian DW. Very well taken buddy.
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An excellent photograph of that little amphibian DW. Very well taken buddy.
Thanks for the kind words Peter.
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Thanks. His buddy bailed as soon as I walked in. Jumped about two feet out and three feet down to the floor. Never saw him again.


Thank you Tony. Pretty smokey around here isn't it?
Yes, indeed it is. I have seen folks walking on our street wearing bandanas and surgical masks. Very much reminds me of when Mt. St. Helens blew. The magma was so bad, we had to drive our cars with lights on around noon. Awful stuff.

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Really nice detail on the little guy. The catchlight in his eye, small though it may be, brings him to life.
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Yes, indeed it is. I have seen folks walking on our street wearing bandanas and surgical masks. Very much reminds me of when Mt. St. Helens blew. The magma was so bad, we had drive our cars with lights on around noon. Awful stuff.

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Not suppossed to be as bad here today. Last couple of days the air quality has been listed as "harmful."

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Really nice detail on the little guy. The catchlight in his eye, small though it may be, brings him to life.
One of the few shots I've taken using the on board flash.
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In our well house. Hugging the soft water tank.
AGH! look at that foot! neat eye too! good one
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Nice one DW58!
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Nice one DW58!
Thanks Janse. I know we have tree frogs on the property but rarely see them.
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