Friday, July 20, 2012

I'm Gonna Be Luvin' Me Some Frog Tonight

39 comments:

boots said...

that is an amazing moment captured!

joo said...

Stephen, it's absolutely stunning photo!

~*Michelle*~ said...

YIKES! I am hoping that that is a small bird and not a huge frog.

*shudder*

great shot!

Bert said...

wow,wow,

Benikos place said...

What a shot!!!congratulations!!
My regards from Berlin

Sandy said...

Great nature shot!

victoria said...

Mi querido amigo tu camara y tú como siempre repartiendo una bellezas de imagenes,son bellisimas..te doy las gracias por compartirlas,,Con cariño Victoria

Notjustnat said...

Hi Stephen, I am a member of The Civil War Bride blog and I found your blog from there. I am just intrigue that you are interested in our quilts. I hope you don't mind me adding your blog to my reading list so I can come back to visit again - Natima

ooglebloops said...

This is a great shot - you must have been extremely patient, or extremely lucky to be in the right place at the right time!!!!!

Vicki ~ FL said...

Steve you sure were at the right place at the right time to get this super shot!

Sylvia said...

Hhmmmm! Tasty!

Krista Hasson said...

What a great capture! I love it

Nocturnal Queen said...

Woah!

Too Many Hats said...

WOW - that is quite the shot!

Valerie said...

I imagine a few photographs will be jealous of that shot. Congratulations, it's a terrific capture.

Japy said...

Great capture. Both, the moment you caught with the camera and the frog. Greetings.

Sue said...

Oh dear.....poor frog!

BaysideLife said...

Wow! Amazing capture...a little unsettling, but an amazing photo.

S B Tamare said...

Wow!
Build for killed!!

marinik said...

that's a mighty big frog, great shot

ShEiLa said...

cha-ching! amazing catch! the frog and the photo!!

ToOdLeS.

Pat said...

Holy crap! Talk about fresh seafood! Them thar frog legs haven't even stopped wiggling yet! What a great capture with the water dripping off the frog. You can almost see the "O" of the frog's mouth saying, "Oh, Mr. Bill!"

Don and Krise said...

He's just waiting for the salt shaker. This was some timing indeed Steve. WOW!

calinutz78 said...

GREAT CAPTURE! WELL DONE.

imac said...

Right time - right place Stephen, great capture and what a catch.

DeeDee said...

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JKW said...

You are amazing. Blessings, Janet

Nathan King said...

Oh snap!

Thilda said...

Wow!

Maria said...

This is amazing!

Wondering said...

Oh my....I sure hope that thar frog doesnt get stuck in his "crawl"

AMAZING SHOT! QOQ ~~~~~ WOW

melissa said...

Wow! Better take small bites and chew slowley

Dakota said...

That's great!

Mellodee said...

Well, there's still time, maybe the frog will get away! Wiggle, Froggy, wiggle!!


(Don't tell me if it didn't, poor not-so-little froggy!)

Almost Precious said...

Great shot. Reminds me of that cartoon where the crane has the frog's head down its throat. However the frog's not finished as he has the crane's neck held tightly in a death grip.

Nocturnal Queen said...

That is crazy! lol

Gillespie Family said...

WOW WHAT A SHOT! ;)

Doris Dolly said...

Stephen....¡¡pobre ranita !!...sabes...te cuento..pasò el invierno, ahora estamos en primavera..en mi gran piscina a venido a instalarse una familia, de sapos y ranas...su croac en las noches parece un concierto escucharlos...les he puesto maderas como puente para que salten afuera. Pero ya llega el verano tengo que deshalojar a dicha familia...nose como harè ...Para yo nadar y tomar sol que me agrada muchìsimo...espero no estar dentro del agua y que me salte un sapo o rana dentro del agua jajajaj.
¡¡Bellisimas fotos expones en tu blog felicitaciones por la dedicaciòn !!!

un Beso desde Argebntina

Chwile... said...

Super strzał. No cóż każdy je to co lubi. Czasem ciężko to zdobyć.