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some emergency maintenance on the garden pond over the weekend gave me the opportunity to photograph the frogs
In my personal experience on here, this will probably bomb
It is one of those, wildlife in the raw images, that are seldom seen and as such is a very worthy upload
I sincerely hope, that I am proved wrong, as it could easily front a Nat-Geo mag or the like
Top shot and definitely on the SL
A brilliant Image.
Excellent shot Clive.
Thanks for the comments, all are much appreciated.
Adrian, as you said I wasn't expecting this to do well on here, maybe if they were on a stick but it's a bit different and I really like it a lot.
Wasn't intending to photograph the frogs but my wildlife pond had become very polluted so I used an old fish tank to house all the frogs while I emptied and cleaned the pond. This was a handheld shot at ISO 1600 while they exploring their temporary accommodation.
Hi Clive I like it gray
Such a great idea and for me you have achieved wonderful results, must admit at first glance I thought it had been taken underwater so thanks for the explanation,
can't understand why this hasn't done better?......I'm with Ade and his opinion, strange really as the image is a belter....
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