Green Tree Frog
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
Swampy edges of watercourses; on the taller water plants in ditches or pools; on lily pads, trees bushes, or vines at the edges of lakes. The frogs may be on the bushes and stems above the water, but more frequently they are at the water's level. They may be hidden in clumps of Spanish moss or under flakes of bark on trees. They also appear, at times, in fields of corn. The greatest concentration of individuals is found among lake and pond shore vegetation and on the floating rafts of water hyacinths.
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The shallow DOF makes the frog's face appear to emerge from a clear substance.
The substrate it sits upon resembles the skin on one's arm, though I suspect its really something vegetable.
Overall interesting picture.
- [2007-03-05 15:55]
This amazing capture really brings out the frog's face. Hilarious POV with perfect sharpness.