Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Here a Frog,There a Frog,Everywhere a Frog

All pictures are taken at the English Gardens in Winnipeg.
This year the frogs seem to be abundant and the water lilies beautiful.
I will let the pictures speak for themselves.






 Just a Thought:
Dear Lord,thank-you for the weather that we're experiencing today,whether fair or foul.
Your word says ,"In everything give thanks",1 Thessalonians 5:18,
so that's just what I'll do.

30 comments:

  1. oh, that first shot made me laugh! so cute!

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  2. and Dear Lord thank you for these adorable frogs sitting on your beautiful lilies and for letting Ruth share them to make me laugh... i laughed at all of them, they make me feel HAPPY... adorable.

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  3. Ruth, these are fantastic. I hope folks will click on them to enlarge the view. They are so worth it. Those first two images are amazing.

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  4. Such cute frog pictures, Ruth! I happen to like frogs :)

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  5. The spots on the frogs are glorious, they are even outlined around the edge. I love the lily pads, and the purple lily bloom is gorgeous!! Wish I could go there...

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  6. The first froggy has sure found himself a great hiding spot! so cute! Every picture is adorable.... I love your uniqueness in photography...
    hugs.

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  7. First....it's purple!!! Gotta love anything purple!

    And to have the frogs sitting there so prim and pretty...awesome. I think the very last one just stole the show tho today.

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  8. Beautiful photos. I really had to laugh at the first one!!! He didn't look too happy at having his picture taken. Like some of my family members!!! hehe

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  9. That first one is the money shot! Awesome!





    ALOHA from Honolulu
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  10. The frogs are so cute and unexpected. Diane

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  11. hehehe....you could not have "placed" them better. so cute and so beautiful!!!

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  12. Thanks God for the Frog, flowers and your wonderful talent as a photographer.

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  13. Surely this is a site well worth seeing.

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  14. Ruth, guess the frogs did well with all the Skeeters this year! That first shot is precious! One little froggie waiting in ambush!

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  15. now how did you get that booger to stay like that. that is too perfect. what a great moment to capture. love the lighting. what a great day. thanks, for sharing. ( :

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  16. Oh my goodness, this post is awesome!! I love frogs, and to find so many in and around the lily pads is astonishing. You were indeed blessed.

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  17. Love these cute little frog photos. They sure get around. : )

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  19. Hi Ruth, Thank you for the kind “welcome back” comment on my blog. Your post today is, as always, just excellent. That first pic of the frog looking out of the flower is just awesome. You are really doing wonderful stuff with your photography. How is the new school year? Those are some lucky kids that get to ride with you! Thanks again, John

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  20. Beautiful shots, Ruth - but that first one is priceless! You should send it in to a magazine or enter it in a photo contest!

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  21. I'm so glad the frogs did well in Manitoba, Ruth. I haven't seen many here in Ontario. Lots of turtles, though.

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  22. This are all great--what a fun series of photos. Plus, your pics are all so sharp and clear as well as having great subject matter. Good work!!!! Have a nice day. Mickie :)

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  23. I can certainly understand why those frogs wanted to get an up-close look at the beautiful water lilies. Your photos are gorgeous.

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  24. WONDERFUL photos! You certainly were at the right place at the right time!

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  25. What amazing photos. I completely missed the frog the first time I looked at the photos, he's quite camouflaged in the lily flower.

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