I went to the duck pond this morning to photograph insects but I couldn’t find any. However, I did find dozens of young adult (teen?) frogs. Like most young species they let me get pretty close. Hmm, I wonder if these guys know anything about the missing insects (they are carnivores, after all). You can see some of them at my online Gallery.
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3 thoughts on “Frogs of Evergreen Cemetery”
Steve- Do you know Rochester photographer Aaron Winter/his work? You’d appreciate it.
Watched night 1 of the Dem “convention.” They did good I think.
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I do know Aaron. Yes, Dems are doing OK. My heart is with the progressives, but my brain is with the centrists.
Those little guys look pretty contented… Great photos!