Friday, July 31, 2009

Frogs at Shadow Lake

I am getting a little ahead of myself, posting this out of order, but decided I wanted to post the frogs today anyway. We were up at Reflection Lake after our hike to Frozen Lake and a frog jumped into the water by Kathy. She said she would have missed these completely if not for that frog. Aren't they grand?




IF you CLICK on them, they will enlarge. . .

12 comments:

RuneE said...

The order is of course totally up to you. In this case I applaud the choice of the frogs - very interesting animals.

Malyss said...

Funny and so refreshing!

Linda said...

and a lovely frog it is! Love the last one with his head sticking up out of the water

James said...

I seem to take a picture of every frog that I see. Most are man made in gardens. These guys are kind of cute.

Cindi said...

Very interesting frogs, for sure.

DoubleDeckerBusGuy said...

Wonderful amphibians! It's good to see nature doing well and spawning these creatures!

SandyCarlson said...

Love these, Paulie! Awesome stuff.

Elaine said...

Cute frogs! I love how they blend in with their environment.

Martha Z said...

You got some great shots, Paulie. So far these frogs are my favorite. I'm looking forward to seeing more when you get your computer problems solved.
It was a wonderful trip and I'm glad we had a chance to meet.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Cool frog photos! A frog was a fun find! I'm glad you got out your trusty camera to show us all. ;-)

Barbara Martin said...

These frogs are wonderful in their habitat. Well done.

Katney said...

Rangers were glad to hear that we saw frogs there, too. The amphibians are an indicator. And that one that jumped, he just sat there and stared at me until you got there to take his picture.

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