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Frogs#2: Winter in New York

By handlerstudio  
I do not know the name of this handsome devil, or his tank mate, but he is a most extraordinary looking frog. We got to see this exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History just days before it was to end. And it was a most amazing collection of frogs from around the world, some of them truly memorable. And, given the fungal disease and mutations that frogs are suffering from around the world, as well as habitat loss and climate change, we need to treasure them now. And I would like to thank all the comments and votes on yesterday's frog.

Peter

Tags: Photo journalism Close-up and macro Frogs Wildlife and nature

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Comments


taggart Plus
12 46 13 United States
21 Jan 2014 2:41AM
That's a great froggie--- nicely togged---

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Chinga Plus
5 1 1 United Kingdom
21 Jan 2014 2:57AM
A marvelous looking beastie! Grin My compliments!
Love the light in both images, the lovely green background and the textures on show...
IB
Two great processing's with magic tonal range and composition. I am going for V2 with the better texture for impact. Well done Peter.
WesternRed.

By the way that's not my backyard but where I met IrishKate.Grin.

Quote:Two great processing's with magic tonal range and composition. I am going for V2 with the better texture for impact. Well done Peter.
WesternRed.

By the way that's not my backyard but where I met IrishKate.Grin.



Then she has a great backyard. Good to have fri
Ends, Red.

Peter
21 Jan 2014 4:05AM
Bet the American Museum of Natural History is a truly memorable place, with all those different frogs, Peter.
Great images.

Simon

Quote:Bet the American Museum of Natural History is a truly memorable place, with all those different frogs, Peter.
Great images.

Simon



You have no idea, Simon. And way more than that--it is huge. When I was a kid, my fantasy was to live across the street so I could go there every day.

Peter
ColleenA Plus
4 318 4 Australia
21 Jan 2014 5:30AM
Great frog give images Peter...not my favourite things in life, but well captured
21 Jan 2014 5:37AM
Looks like one of the poison types - but I don't know.
Super pictures!
Andysnapper 8 109 25 England
21 Jan 2014 6:42AM
Super shots of an amazing animal.
Bantu Plus
3 6 1 India
21 Jan 2014 7:04AM
Beautiful capture,closeup,and contrast.
Great images, Peter. V2 is my favourite.
Fred
mistere Plus
3 1 3 England
21 Jan 2014 7:15AM
Super images, nice work.

Dave.
21 Jan 2014 7:24AM
Two beautiful images Peter, V2 just slightly my favourite, stunning colours and detail GrinGrin

Kathryn
Nikonuser1 Plus
4 56 13 United Kingdom
21 Jan 2014 7:44AM
2 great capture Peter of this unusual looking frogSmile


Cliff
rontear Plus
13 8 7 England
21 Jan 2014 10:54AM
They are " the canary in the coal mine " Peter, worrying aspect to what's going on in the natural world. Good shot.
Ron
Mollycat Plus
3 11 2 United Kingdom
21 Jan 2014 11:42AM
Two excellent images of these guys. Always been fascinated by them. Thanks for sharing Peter.
Peter, two great close up images, like them both.
Brian J.
21 Jan 2014 6:32PM
amazing shot! this kit lens is really good, no need for that 12-40mm f2.8 at the moment
21 Jan 2014 9:37PM
Lovely shots. Cathy
nonur Plus
7 17 10 Turkey
23 Jan 2014 8:21AM
Wonderful shots.
Lillian Plus
7 21 17 United Kingdom
24 Jan 2014 8:06AM
The beautiful milk frog well captured
Lillian

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