he is a goo hider!! I am sure that is not a word!! Love the colouring of the frog adn the 2 lines own his back. Have a great weekend Tex.
Your tree frog is a very clever pal!
Morning, amazing looking frog, what a great color as for the wee tree frog, oh so cute.Blessings Francine.
Super shots of the frog. Oh dear the tiny tree frog still stops the water flowing from the watering can.Better buy a new one Theresa!:))
That's so cute! Yay for clever frogs!
That frog look huge. But that tree frog. How funny that he insists on being in the handle of the watering can.
I love frogs.I see the one is still hiding out. So cute.
Very beautiful frog! It's smart too ;)
From the title of your post I thought I was going to read a fable. Your frogs are so cute.
I can hardly make a decent shot of anything, and you capture the best with your camera. Awesome frogs. I would not know how to use a camera like yours. My neighbor does great work and shares with me.
Smart frog!You should get a second watering can for him as a reward.
this frog is a real beauty, i wish i had muscles like that. i did not know they are smart though. great place to hang out and be safe
You're getting quite a menagerie around your place. That little tree frog is doing his best to hide from you. Pretty soon it will be too cold for them. Where do they go then? I don't hear the tree frogs at night these days like I did just a few weeks ago.
These are fine pictures of this intelligent frog. He seems to be very adaptable. Excellent fly close up.
Those are excellent close up pictures of a cute little fellow who's clever as well.
The details in the wings of the fly are amazing.
Super shots!!!!!!!☺Happy weekend Crissi
Great Close-ups! Love the 'hider'.
Good Morning, Nice frog, does he visit often or is he traveling through? LOL, that tree frog seems to love that water sprinkler. Before winter you might think to check that he doesn't plan to 'winter over' inside that handle.
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Hi Theresa - I love his turquoise back with a ribbed decoration .. wonderful. The littlie frog is amazing - not going to give up his territory. That fly is revolting ... especially what it's kindly donating ... cheers Hilary
Too funny I've been having the same experiences this summer. I even took to putting up a sign for their protection of big gigantic un-expecting feet walking about. Your photos are perfect. Isn't just amazing how incredible their markings are?!
So the frog will in one day evolve into human.Even without getting a kiss.
We could learn a lot from nature.
Theresa, even though I am not a fan of frogs but I have to admit the frog is a cute one, spotted and coloured! Your Tree Frog has gotta smart. Now it wouldn't be easy to evict it out of your watering can!
Lovely little frog.
Bless his little heart! He has a great hidey hole! Frogs are great and interesting critters.
What a clever fellow he is!! Love your shots for the day as always!!!
A very patient froggie!
Great photos. The frog has such amazing color, texture and markings! Flies are not my favorite thing in the world but your photo makes me appreciate how cool looking they really are. I love that little guy who has moved to the pot handle. Too funny!
Smart little bugger! Have a nice weekend:@)
hehehe, going with the flow, so to speak!!
Oh goodness, that is too funny! :)
Love the frog shots! Awesome!Happy Weekend to you,artmusedog and carol
I'm a real fan of frogs and toads. I wonder where this one got the cool eye shadow???!!!!!!! Nice to have the latest report on the tree frog! Did the fly get away or was he dinner for the frog??! Happy Critter Day!
That first frog is a beauty (if a frog can be).
I hate frogs because I am afraid of them.. Luckily they don't live near my summer house . Love from Poland
That is one smart tree frog, Tex! The other frog is a sweetie too!
Looks like a very strong frog.Greetings,Filip
What fantastic markings the frog has. Thanks for linking me in on G F i have just got back home from a weeks walking and dead tired, it,s meant to be a holiday.peter
Clever hiding place, and the markings on the frog, maybe good camo if he was amongst stones.
Perfect place for hidden......i do not like frogs....yakkkkk....love Ria x
Dearest Theresa,How clever those little tree frogs can be!Love the photo where you star at its face...The first pictures are remarkable, showing the frogs special features so well.Hugs,Mariette
Very cool colors on the frog! The little one in the watering can made me laugh! Maybe the landlord could see fit to use a different can for a while.:-)Third photo from the end looks like an albino python in the background. Just sayin'.
These are beautiful creatures ! Cool place to hide !Happy weekend :)
The frogs are adorable! Very smart of the frog to hide in the handle. :-)
So true about the copper eye shadow. The whole frog looks oddly metallic!
Wonderful shots! Frog is beautiful! I greet! :)
What an awesome frog on your deck, Theresa. And the little tree frog, well he's just too cute and clever for words! Have a great day. Jo
I love frogs and this is an attractive little guy.
The tree frog has found the perfect spot. Safe from the elements and most predators, ample supply of water.
He/she is smart to adapt! Now, I'm wondering if the one I saw is smart. As soon as I leave this comment I'm going to have to check and see if my tree frog is hiding in the handle of my watering can. I bet he is, just like yours.
very cute and great photos showing the colors on the frog.
Those critters are sure smart. Oh what a beautiful colored tree frog. I never knew they lived in trees or they really don't but the pattern of them reminds me of a tree. Being sill asking but I have never heard of a tree frog.
Love both your frogs! What a smart little guy!
What a smart frog!
Fantastic photos. I love how the second frog's camouflage makes him almost scary looking.
T, a cute Hopper! Clear tree frog!
A funny place for a frog to hang out! Great macro shots.
Fascinating creatures, you got great shots of them!
Your frog is so cute, Theresa, you are blessed to have such visitors. I hear a tiny tree frog croaking with a deep voice sometimes but rarely see them. I had to chuckle at the cute tiny frog hiding in your waterng can, adorable.
That's great, I wondered how you knew he was in the handle. You have very interesting frogs.
Oh, goodness, I love that you still have the treefrog! Love the other one, too. I don't know why, but I just love them all.
I don't know why, but I love frogs and that is a cute one! The fly not so much. Glad your tree frog found a more convenient place to hide!
Oh, wow! I love this. What great pictures you always get. And clever tree frog, taking refuge in the handle of the watering can. I wish people would learn to cohabitate with wildlife like they do with us!
Thats a great looking frog - crazy place for it to take up residence!Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
I thought for sure we were going to see the frog catch that fly ... (btw h/she's beautiful)
That frog photo is better than any illustration I've ever seen . . and, i did not realize they are that attractive . . wowzer.The little guy in the watering can, I sure wish i knew what he's thinking . . . thanks for taking time to show him (her) peeking . . .
With great camouflage and selection of hide outs, these little guys do well.
Stunning macro of that fly. Love the frog images.
All the pictures are super - love the little tree frog - what a smarty to move into the handle
What a pretty frog! The fly is taking a big chance hanging around.
Fun close-up shots! I think I would have been startled to find a frog in the watering can!
You sure do have big flies in Texas! :)What a funny place for the little tree frog to call home... It must feel safe holed up in there.
Oh how adorable is that? I love frogs (except toads), they have a special place in my heart. How long is that frog in your watering can? I wonder if it gets out at night to feed. Well, good luck hope it stays there a while.Have a good weekend.Aida
I like the copper colored highlights--LOL! Smart little fellow to hide in the handle. :)
That is a cool hiding place.Hard to evict him from there.
Great shots of the frogs and the fly! My word, that's a great macro!
Pretty frog. The watering can gives a good idea of how small it is.Brilliant close shot of the fly.
That's one very clever tree frog. I think you should buy a new watering can and give him a permanent home!
I had one in my watering can also, but when my flowers decided to kick the bucket in this heat..he moved on. The one that got in the house and found Katie's water- he has not been seen again, even though Mark put him out in the back yard.
Helloa frog in a pot is not bad, certainly warm in there because he feels comfortable and safe,greetings Frank
What a cheeky fellow. And your camera has one amazing zoom to get all that detail on the fly.
What a clever hiding place! Glad I'm not the only one who is fond of frogs. =)
Fantásticas estas belas fotografias.Gostei deste trabalho.Um bom Domingo.
This made for a perfect Sarurday's Critters post . . . What was your clue that miss/mr Tree Frog was in the watering can . . .The singing chirp?I like the Big Frog eye shadow too . . . Texas Stylin' . . .
Fascinating fella ! He has become a permanent resident now :)
It looked like he was peeking out to see if you were going to disloge him.Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
Prettiest frog I've ever seen. :)
Nature is all about adapting. Just ask the dinosaurs.
Smart frog. Wow, you were able to get a mega close up of that fly.
Pretty clever frog, love the coloring!
Too funny!!! Love the peek-a-boo shot!!That one on the deck looks mighty huge!
Enchanted Prince?Wonderful frog. Lovely pictures.Greetings.
He's adorable...I just love frogs. Was the close up of the fly his lunch that was being served up?
Too neat!!! Great shots of your frog friend!!
wonderful details on the frogs.how amazing that the little frog is calling your watering can home. I agree, smart to adapt.
Smart frog to change hiding places. Neat close-ups of the frog and fly.
I do believe he has moved to higher ground. Good Texas critter pics! janey
What a beautiful frog. He has gorgeous markings. Your frog friend really seems to like the watering can and smart to relocate to the handle.Great photos! Have a nice week ahead. cm
Aw, sweet little face peeking at you. It seems to be settled on living in your watering can, no matter which apartment, but it seems the penthouse is best. That is a colorful frog with copper eye shadow.
The Tree Frog looks shy but smart. The frog on the deck has a charming eye. "Copper eye shadow", indeed.Yoko
That's an amazing shot of the fly! Love the teal color on the frog. It complements that copper eye shadow nicely. And your tree frog is too funny. :)
Nice shots! I hope that big frog gets the horsefly.~
Ha!!! Love that frog, and his not going to hide in the typical spot attitude!
Great photos - love the details. So glad flies are not that big! That is one smart tree frog!
Did that fly become a meal? - What a cool looking frog. It did have great colors.Loved your sweet little watering can frog too. Clever little fellow.
I would probably scream and drop the watering can if I saw a frog in it! Funny place to hide. ;-)
Big move for a little bitty critter! And the new frog is beautiful! I thought you'd show the fly being eaten for his supper!
Wonderful and detailed capture on the frog and fly! Seems the frog like this hideout and feels safe to be.
Ha-ha, that is so darn cute!
So sweet. Our little tree frog came down from the roof vent yesterday via the family room window and spent the day around the window.Good Morning!
VERY neat frog shot. I thought it was a ceramic sculpture at first glance. I should have known better with you.
I've seen more frogs here this fall than ever before. I hear them of course but rarely see them and now I have seen four different ones just in the last month or so.
I wonder if that little circular area to the rear of his eye, is an ear hole. Interesting to study them up close like that. (omg, I'm trying to remember our biology teacher's name...ha! Started with an L maybe? One syllable?) But that fly! Boy, you've got a pretty powerful lens there!As for adapting? You reign...xoxo
Good hiding, we sought :)))
Great images here ...What a brilliant place to hide and well done to get the photo's too!Have a good week aheadAll the best Jan
Very beautiful pictures.
Oh, how the frog came to watering can? Nice hideout. ;)
Wow, that is nice ! I love the close-up of the fly !
Very detailed macros. Frog has quite interesting (pale) colours.
Ha! We have a Cuban Tree Frog who insists on living behind our hurricane shutters. Just won't find a better/safer home!
very cool. those are awesome shots. i wonder how you got the fly to stay still. you have talent on that one, T. ( :
Hi Tex, Gee, you certainly have pretty frogs. The ones here are both the green ones and the plain brown Cuban Tree frogs (Unhappily they are unwelcome just like the Mallard Ducks). Have a tremendous coming week!
You have the coolest frogs there. I love the one on your deck - his coloring is amazing. I also love the story of the tree frog. Smart little guy!
Holy shoot these are amazing shots, he is too cleaver and too cute and and so big once we see him in the handle and spout! He is handsome..
Super frogs you got there. I saw a frog out in the woods yesterday but he hopped away like his rear was on fire. I just wanted to say hello!MB
You and your introverted frog. Ge definitely likes his privacy and does NOT want to be disturbed. Liked the frog and the fly. I am assuming the frog did not get the fly. Great shots. You always have such fun stories to tell about your friends who appear on the property.
He is so funny hanging out like that! Love the photos. Did he ever get that fly?
This frog with its bright green top I find really special to see. I saw they had never :-)
Gem Toad! Wonderful creature...and your watering can friend learned and adapted! How coolALOHA ComfortSpiral (\__/)(='.'=)(")_(")
He's a clever one, love his coloring. Your fly was interesting too. Great macro shots.
Amazing zoomed in photos of frogs, as I've never seen before. Quite nice!
This has a distinct National Geographic feel to it. Well done!
Very cool post with very nice photos! I like your pal.Have a Lovely Day, Theresa!Peace :)
Such a funny tree frog! They do have a lot of personality. A friend of mine recently drove up to Maryland from Florida and upon arriving, discovered a hitchhiking Barking Tree Frog in her trailer! She's caring for the frog for the few weeks she's here, feeding it crickets, until she drives back to Florida. Wouldn't want to introduce a non-native species, of course.
Oh my gosh...what fantastic shots of these little critters! I do love the colors on the frog. How funny that the little tree frog is living inside that handle. Great post!
A clever frog, he knows where he will be water. Regards.
Dearest Theresa; How clever your Tree Frog pal is(^_^)ｖ And lucky him not to get stuck inside the handle p:-)It's been hectic since I got home, wish to have normal life pace back, haha. Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend in America, xoxo Miyako*
Oh, how cute is that!!!!...:)JP
☆ A perfect place for a frog. ☆Nice pictures.
So cute in that handle! These are amazing macro shots.
Hi Tex, cute froggies. The one in the watering can is smart. I am sorry I am commenting so late, I am home now! Thanks so much for linking up! Have a happy day and weekend!
Beautiful froggies.. Cheers..
that's one pretty clever frog. love frogs, simply because, well, they are adorable!xoxo
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