Very pretty! Love these little guys.
Greatcaptures, is that a Leopard frog? You are very observant! I could have missed this cuties! Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!
In Savannah and in St Petesburg we had these skinks, but have not seen any here. very odd. our frogs are not this pretty... love the speckles... oh my if i were there i would have to buy a computer just to store all the photos in.
Lots of wildlife. Bet they keep the bug population down.
Aw, so cute! Great captures.
What amazing fauna there is in your neck of the woods!
Shown in such loving detail by your camera makes these creepy crawlers quite charming! Your photos are book worthy, truly! :-)
Yes, they are keeping track of you too.
cool wildlife, well captured!!!
I love all critters, knowing each has a purpose. I really should have been a farm girl. Really. I love these, and wanted to pick up each one...yeah, I know...they don't like it. But, I made a good vet tech! *wink*
Did you take those photos on your property. They look exiotic. Really beautiful colors, though I'm not a fan much of any kind of wild critter.I was raised in a small town. Though we had a creek running through our property we had nothing fancier than a few turtles and crawdads, a few minnows and some trash.Keep up the good work.
Loved that perky little frog and now I miss my resident frog that lived in my fountain. Hope he or a relative comes back.
So much wildlife. I am sure they know all about you.
Fun critters to watch and observe.
Great photos, Gail. Hope you all have a blessed Friday. ^_^
Super images - all of them!All the best Jan
And they were aware they were being observed as they observed you in return. :)
Hmmmmm . . . critters galore!
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