A big leaf pierced its neighbor making a nice pocket for a Tree Frog to settle for a nap.
I hear frogs croaking and splashing into the water ahead of me, but rarely see them around the swamp. This fellow caught my attention with a small croak, and then was perfectly still.
Sitting on a fallen Powdery Alligator-flag leaf, he blended into the wet leaves pretty well and it took me a minute to spot him.
After not finding a Tree Frog in the Calla Lilies around the pond I spotted this one right at my eye level on a dried stalk from last year’s hibiscus.
I’ve been keeping my eye out for Tree Frogs around the swamp now that we’ve had some warmer days.
On Thursday I spotted one tucked into a palm frond soaking up the afternoon sun.
This Tree Frog found a shady spot to nap, with the sun shining down into the bloom providing a nice back light for my image.
A Tree Frog, almost hiding in plain sight.
The big leaf was bouncing in the breeze with the frog just enjoying the ride.