frog of the day.

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Oh the magic you can capture with two minutes and a camera!

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I just tucked this guy away in my summer folder — I'm already missing these lazy, frog-filled days!

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  1. Melony Wells says:

    We camped at Stanley Lake this last weekend and there were so many frogs of different sizes. And out of all the kids with us (5) it was my four year daughter, Emerson, who was the most taken my them. She had 2 in her bucket, named them Jack & Jill, handled them often but gently and was happy to release them “back into the wild” when the time came. Needless to say I have many photos :) I have to mention that I whittled 253 pics down to 130 after I made my first run through them. Thank you so much for Photo Freedom Stacy :)
    Melony

  2. I LOVE tiny frogs! Those photos are great! But Stacy, I have a question for YOU, my BYU afficiando friend – Is the cougar by the stadium NOW the same one as THEN [say, thirty years ago...] See my blog for photos [www.bepresentbereal.blogspot.com] bc I’m sure you or someone in your family [your brother, perhaps?] knows the answer… seriously it looks very different since it’s been moved low to the ground…

  3. Judy,
    I just popped over to your blog — great album (and story.) I’ll ask my “Cougar” and see if he knows.

  4. Melony –
    253 down to 130. Wow –You go girl!
    That’s just what I do. Take LOTS of pictures and then as soon as possible let go of half. It really does get easier the more you do it.

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