My Sunday Photo

Our new neighbour, sort of. We don’t have a pond or any water near us but we still get frogs. This one has taken up residence behind the plant pots in our garden. Jasper spends his days obsessively trying to get close but froggie isn’t daft and won’t come out to play. Matthew wants to keep him and build a terrarium…

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7 comments on “My Sunday Photo
  1. Emma Raphael says:

    I do love frogs. Mind you, I put my hand in a bag of soil once to plant something and pulled out a frog, that was a big of a shock! 😀 #sundayphoto

  2. Janet says:

    We have such a lot of frogs in our neighbourhood, it’s so boggy. The red kites eat some of them so that’s quite exciting when they come. #mysundayphoto

  3. Kim Carberry says:

    Ohh! Wow! That does look like a big frog.
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  4. Aw he has beautiful markings. We have lots of toads but not so many frogs.
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  5. My girls wouldn’t have liked this, they hate frogs

    Have a good Sunday

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  6. Great snap but I’m really not a frog fan! It always surprises me when I find them in the garden as we aren’t near any ponds or water?!

  7. Molly says:

    Oh I love frogs. They actually only need a pond when it comes to breed season. The rest of the year they will often spend happily on land in damp places. Flower pots often work for them as you water them regularly which helps to keep their skin moist and of course that also attracts the bugs they like to feed off

    Mollyx

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