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Ozark Toad

Ozark Toad
Photo Information
Copyright: Jan Robert (ShellyPics) (10)
Genre: Animals
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2005
Categories: Amphibians
Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
Theme(s): Camouflaged Toads or Frogs [view contributor(s)]
Date Submitted: 2005-08-17 19:31
Viewed: 4656
Points: 10
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
This camouflaged toad was lounging on a rock at my grandparents house when I borrowed my grandmother's camera and captured it! Do you like it? I did.
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Hi Jan, you must have very good vision to have spotted this toad. It's amazing how well it blends in. Technically, my only suggestion is that you consider cropping the photo. It could be done in two or three different ways, and of course it's just a matter of personal preference. Thanks for sharing!

It was tough to find this toad, Jan. Capturing the toad camouflaged with his background is very nice. I agree with the other comment about the cropping as there is quite a bit of background. Nicely done and thanks for sharing! :-)

Fantastic camouflage. WEll done, Ori

Wow I had to look at the full size image before I could even see the frog. amazing camouflage you sure some one has not chiselled it into the rock :) I like the POV having the frog up of centre makes you seach the image for it.

This is a real exotic camouflage of this creature. I really like the gray coloring. I never knew toads could be colored like this.

Check out my workshop, which shows a tighter crop.

Thanks for sharing, wonderful capture!

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