Sunday, October 7, 2012

First Rule of Life: Don't Croak




At the Huntington.

31 comments:

  1. Love these artistic photos. The frog, the lily leaf, the water. Must have taken you all day to arrange them just right. Did you have to kiss the frog to make him cooperate?

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  2. I haven't been there in so long. Must get over and see all the Lincoln stuff when it opens. We're going to make a day of it.

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  3. I love the curve of the leaf. Makes me want to get to the Huntington.

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  4. As Bellis suggested, kiss him, you'll get your perfect man.

    Nice photo.

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  5. I'm no expert, but looks like a girl frog to me.

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  6. If you kiss a girl frog does you turn into a princess???

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  7. He doesn't look like he's about to break rule #1.

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  8. Girl, boy, I'd kiss it. Froggie didn't mind at all that eight of us were staring at him. Or her. S/he was cool as a cucumber and didn't croak, just said Ribbit.

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  9. Froggy is excellent. I want to go to Huntington and say hi. Super appealing pictures!

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  10. Nice photos! The frog looks to be safe, so far. And he's got somewhere to hide, if need be.

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  11. I prefer to keep it as the last word of life. But, for some others, well, please, after you.

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  12. Hungarian frogs say bre-ke-ke, and in Japanese it's kerokero. Must be true -- I read it on Google: http://allaboutfrogs.org/weird/general/songs.html

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  13. I haven't seen a frog in ages. I'd kiss him/her, too. I love the way you framed these.

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  14. So many gorgeous shades of green. Love the eyes!

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  15. Froggy green, it's what's fashionable this Autumn (is it Fall? Out here we didn't even have a Summer, just Rainy Frog Time so not much of a change in seasons).

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  16. I may never eat frog's legs again.

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  17. Great photos, Karin!
    Sometimes there are frogs in and around my pool. Many times I saved them, because once in a while they need to jump out and could not to reach the margin.

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  18. Interesting content on the other hand I would like to explain to you that I think there is trouble with your RSS feeds when they appear to not be working for me. Might be just me but I was thinking I would suggest it.

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  19. SHHHHHHHHH, you have to be quiet so you can hear the docents!
    V

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  20. Love these! I haven't been there for awhile either. Must get there soon, to Meet the Frog.

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  21. Brekakekax coax coax. Aristophanes.

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  22. Where have all the frogs gone anyway? They used to be everywhere. Great big ones too! Nice photos!

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  23. Where have all the frogs gone anyway? They used to be everywhere. Great big ones too! Nice photos!

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  24. that Aristophanes, what a cut-up.

    Pat, frogs felt global warming first.

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