Tag Archives: frogs

“Mesmerized ” by T Vogt

 

500px / Photo “Mesmerized ” by T Vogt.

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Whites tree frog on tulip | AngiWallace

via Whites tree frog on tulip by *AngiWallace on deviantART.

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Red-eyed tree frog in an orchid

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via FB: Sungazing

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Frog in a colorful hiding place

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A jig coming on

Quick! Somebody fetch me my fiddle!  I’m feelin’ a jig comin’ on!

 

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Frog’s eye

Looks jeweled, doesn’t it?

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Frog psychology

I see.  And how did that make you feel?

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via FB: Your Reason to Laugh

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Hitching a ride

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PocketQuotes Charms and Pendants

As you do your holiday shopping, keep PocketQuotes charms in mind. Each charm represents a quote posted here on Curiosities. Read more about PocketQuotes on the tab at the top of this page, or view the charms on my Pocket-Quotes.com website or on my EtceterasByDickens eBay store.

One of my favorite charms, and one of the best-sellers, is this “charming” sterling silver frog pendant:

 

 

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Decent movie, but it wasn’t ribbitting

 

via Pinterest

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Peek-a-boo frog

 

via Pinterest

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Frog totem

Leapfrog: Jabba, pictured at the bottom of the frog stack, appears to be giving a lift to friends Freddo and Kermit

 

 

via Jumping on the bandwagon: Two lazy tree frogs hop on to the back of a friend for a lift | Mail Online.

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Evolution

Pretty good photoshopping!

 

via FB/Megaphoto

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The frog prince: No.

 

 

Source: Pinterest

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Masters of disguise

Can you see the camouflaged critters in these photos?

 

Source: Images assembled here from a PowerPoint presentation sent to me by a FB friend (Thank you, Ritz!)

 

 

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“Friends -2″ by Mustafa Öztürk

 

 

500px / Photo “Friends -2″ by Mustafa Öztürk.

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Who says it’s not easy being green?

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“Buddha” by Detlef Knapp

 

 

500px / Photo “buddha” by Detlef Knapp.

 

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Smile! It increases your face value

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Tomato frog from Madagascar

 

 

Tomato frog from Madagascar – pixdaus.

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Frog rescues another frog from snake

In this video, one frog SAVES another frog from the clutches of a snake by jumping on it.

 

I must say, I debated and debated about posting this horrifyingly, sickeningly, YET TOTALLY INSPIRING, video.  If you can’t handle the cycle of life, DON’T WATCH.  It DOES, however, have a HAPPY ENDING, though you might want want to skip to the end.  I was in a funk for days after watching this, and that was even skipping most of the middle, but I decided that the message is more important than the “yuck.”

 

There are two messages here for me, really:  The first, and most important, is to NEVER, EVER, EVER, GIVE UP!  You can be literally up to your eyeballs in completely hopeless circumstances and still have a good outcome.

 

The second, and really equally as important, is that you don’t have to know exactly how you’re going to help…sometimes you just have to jump in with both feet and see what happens.  But, don’t just stand by and watch.

 

What an amazing video!  I hope it promotes more spunk than funk for you.  :)

 

Frog rescues another frog from snake – YouTube.

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Decent movie, but it wasn’t ribbitting.

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Frog prince?

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The end of your rope

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Rainy day frog flower

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