RED POISON FROG
- thor68 (5674)
- [2006-06-25 11:05]
ooh, what a great frog, andrea! :-)
the red color is really amazing, of course it is the clear warning,
"donīt touch me!"
good pov and composition and an interesting note.
well done & take care, thor.
- pac (1783)
- [2006-06-25 11:05]
Pets? - Some peoble has weird habits!
Anyway, a good pic with nice colours.
- horia (16656)
- [2006-06-25 11:37]
A very interesting and beautiful frog presented in a very well composed picture. The details and colors make it a great work. Well done and thanks for sharing.
- marhowie (486)
- [2006-06-25 11:43]
Nice shot, especially considering the fact that you had low light on the rainforest floor?
Good use of flash to bring out some great detail, and the bright red color is amazing.
Very interesting creature this.
Well done and Thank You!
- Dan (18)
- [2006-06-25 13:59]
Salut Andrea, bella questa rana rossa, buona fotogrfia in macro. Dan
- Anton (595)
- [2006-06-25 15:39]
Well done, Andrea. The colours and low light conditions was well handled!
- Dando (3084)
- [2006-06-25 17:05]
Hi Andrea, this one has really eaten too many tomatoes. Brilliant vivid red which you have exposed very well. Excellent details and lighting also. Well composed and TFS.
- anavazao (3829)
- [2006-06-25 19:08]
great red macro I love the details!
Good light, composition and colour!
- soccer (2557)
- [2006-06-26 6:21]
A very unique looking subject. The Composition and Lighting are great. TFS,
- sandpiper2 (16757)
- [2006-06-26 7:29]
Woow, a new species for me and a very interesting one. Bizarre colour.
Good use of flash, though the focus is a little soft.
Still its a new addition to TN, so well done.
- eruyanik (5046)
- [2006-06-26 10:08]
Very interesting species indeed! Red alert absolutely! Amazing shallow dof worked nice here! Well done!
- mario-roberto (2627)
- [2006-06-26 12:17]
bleah, che schifo!
- PDP (11769)
- [2006-06-28 16:54]
Wow, what a great name! Excellent frog! Never seen this before. Well done Andrea. It's a good shot.
- OzBY (1355)
- [2006-07-09 11:15]
Very good picture of this frog.
Great color, DOF and BG
Why is it called a tomato frog?:-)
Here.. a normal frog plays hide-and-go-seek. I wonder if these little frogs are less defensive and use their skin, for example to get rid of the photographer.
And is there a difference in toxic secretion if you compare different species?
Loved your notes.
And, your images is "PERFECTION".
So, I took the liberty to use it here.
Hope you dont mind.