A photographic look at life in Jackson, Mississippi and the surrounding area
un jour son prince charmant viendra, il l'embrassera, et elle deviendra une superbe princesse.....
You didn't kiss the frog? Shucks.Who knows what riches you have missed out on. It is a beautiful picture, by the way.
Wow! You've taken some great shots since I visited last. And I really like your new masthead too.
How to get azaleas to bloom in winter? Easy! Live in a place with a mild climate!!
i've always loved frogs =) the last few i've seen startled me while gardening too... it's a big one!
Frogs are bouncing around here lately, too. I'm not afraid of them, but I'm now wild about them, either.
Super shots. I'm so glad that the frog had the good sense to wait while you got your camera so that you could get these to share with us.
Yep - I think he was a rather vain prince, in disguise.
I've also seen a frog in the front yard and in my compost pile. I'm not sure if it's the same guy or if he has some friends. I'm not really afraid of frogs either, but they do startle you when they suddenly jump out of a pile of weeds or grass!
He sure is handsome - I bet he is a prince - you really should have kissed him! ;-) Great photos!!
Always nice to visit your lovely blog. I've had it on my favorite blogroll list on Mississippi Garden for a while along with Steve Buser's Daily New Orleans Photo blog. Thanks for droppng by my site and leaving your nice comment. Jon at Mississippi Garden on 8-19-08
Looks to me like he was practicing his posing skills. Never know when he might land a beer commercial job.
He obviously was waiting for you. He captivated the frog. Really nice photos; amazing that he was so patient.
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Thanks for the info.Sorry about not posting yesterday. I am having some problems with Blogger. It's eating my posts!! Hopefully this will get worked out soon.
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