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Post by Adrian »

I had been wanting to find frogs recently, still havent any luck spotting them, i found many of there babies, so i gave them a go.

perhaps its something alittle different from the usal macro subjects we see here.


hope you enjoy this little fellow as much as i.

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Post by Bruce Williams »

An interesting posting Adrian. I've tried photographing tadpoles "in the wild" with very little success but you've managed to capture quite a lot of detail in this pic.

This little fellow looks to be well on the way to taking his first hop. :D


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Post by jmlphoto »

man these are hard to get, if i get within 5ft of there little pool they scramble and all go into the mud or the weeds. good shot
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Post by beetleman »

Different is good Adrian. Very nice work.
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Post by Ken Ramos »

Shooting anything in the water is difficult for me. You did good on this, really good. :D

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Post by Adrian »

The water in which i photographed them was quite shallow in some parts, they where pretty scrambly too, but as i took the time to look, some of them where very still, like this one, maybe trying to camouflage it-self.

I found that generally the photographs from side on - to the waters surface, come out bad due to the waters distortion, but photographs parallel to the surface come out best, like this one.

Thank you all for your kind replies.

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