These two frogs were supposed to be Arowana food but Wuan and I did not have the heart to make them fish cuisine. Wuan released them into her garden pond. The sun was blistering. They rested on the lily pad. We thought they made interesting subjects for our cameras. Our guests were nonchalant to the intrusion as we snapped away. This has got to be one of the more fulfilling images that I have taken with this camera, the Canon Powershot A610, since acquiring it some time in November last year.
14 thoughts on “Freedom Frogs”
looks like u and wuan 😛 😛 SO KIUTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
Obviously we have never met before.
so romantic the froggiess like who hohhh
Frogs are like frogs lar.
like Suan and Reta? *rrrbit*
Which is like Suan? Which is like Reta?
Wow. Look at the resolution. They’re almost alive.
They were! I hope they still are.
OMG SO CUTE!!!
*Dies of cute*
They are cute all right but I wonder how they will look when matured.
What a good looking couple.
Beautiful moment. Priceless. Thanks for sharing. Reminds me of a vase I had with two frogs playing. I got to look for it, it must be somewhere.
Definitely a priceless moment. 🙂
let me know when they grow to about half a kilo in weight, i want to experiment with some recipe. 😛
Sure. It’d be great to experiment with some kois too.
reminds me that i need to get myself of digicam…hehe
I have not regretted getting my first digicam.
I don’t know why but I really like this picture.
Cos they looked so innocent?
This is definitely my idea of “A thing of beauty……..”
Love this picture. Makes me wish that I cld take good pics. like u
There is nothing to it. Just whip out your camera and shoot away.
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