Tag Archives : frog


PhotoFriday 1: Tree Frog

The European Tree Frog (Hyla Arbora)   Did you know…… Tree frogs are wonderful barometers. Before a rain shower, they start croaking. So if you hear the tree frogs, you better unfold your umbrella!

A Resting tree frog on a rusty leaf

Meerkikker Pelophylax ridibundus Pool frog marsh frog

12. It’s a Frogs Life 3

Frogs are programmed quite simplistically: as soon as there’s any potential danger: dive! Logical enough, but a bit sad for the photographer the happy party ends as soon as (s)he enters… The enthusiastic quacking abruptly dies and the ditch looks as if there have never been any frogs and never will be again. Good show, […]


8. Blue Mission (searching for Moor Frogs) 4

On one of the last winter days some colleague photographers and I plotted our new challenge: finding Blue Frogs. The rumour goes that for just a few days a year the male Moor frog dresses completely blue in order to seduce them frog ladies. So it’s just a matter of being at the right place […]

And an even bluer one...