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 Post subject: Froggy
PostPosted: Wed Jan 30, 2008 8:06 pm 
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Hei,

I was sorting my pictures the other day and I came across this one, I think i took this late last summer, near my summer home.

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very nice.. thats a cool looking frog too!

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pretty dang cute, looks like he is tappin his little froggy fingers,
Like him alot..is he smiling?


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That's a great shot and the hand gives it scale - nice work!


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patti wrote:
is he smiling?

Yeah, it's a prince, waiting for your kiss :D :D :D
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Nice catch, notsane!

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Why isnt there any interesting wildlife where i live?

Anyway, nice shot :)

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What a babe of a frog, he is the cutest, lovely capture.

Noceo, there is interesting wildlife everywhere, sometimes we just have to look a bit harder :D

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