The first few weeks I was getting outside into the garden I just saw one or two frogs, but after that it was as if they'd all returned to the little frogpond.
A friendly frog who didn't even move.
This is the frog pond where all these photos were taken.
Four of them sitting in the sun.
Late in the summer the staff put some floating Water Lettuce plants in the pond, trying to increase the shade for the goldfish. Water Lettuce is a seriously invasive plant in the southern U.S., not to be confused with the similar Water Hyacinth, but it may not survive winters in Ontario. I wonder what will happen here, but the frogs love it.
I got a lot more pictures than good ones, but it provided a lot of fun.
They must be used to people in the warm weather.ReplyDelete
Fun seeing all the frogs. :)ReplyDelete
I think they are great pictures. The frogs do look happy, don't they? :-)ReplyDelete
Frogs are special little critters and I too always enjoy seeing them.ReplyDelete
The frog pond is so well designed, specially for those in wheelchairs, and those lovely stones, not a piece of plastic or liner to be seen. love the one sitting on the leaf, what a great spot for him.ReplyDelete
I enjoyed seeing your frog pictures! I have trouble getting them to pose for me.ReplyDelete
Stalking the wild frog. It is so deep in winter here that we will not see frogs from months and our are very shy eve then.ReplyDelete
A lovely little oasis!ReplyDelete
(ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario !
Hello, love all the cute frogs. Great photos. Happy Valentine's Day! Happy Thursday, enjoy your day, have a great weekend ahead.ReplyDelete
The pond needs a furry gnomeReplyDelete
Those gardens and the pond are so lovely.ReplyDelete
Frogs and turtles, two of my favourite things at our summer place. I'm glad you captured these guys, your pictures all show their peacefulness.ReplyDelete
That must be one of the closest close-ups of a frog ever taken! He's not the most handsome fellow I've ever seen but I kind of like him.ReplyDelete
Great job on the closeups of the frogs!ReplyDelete
Aww! Who doesn't love frogs? Every spring there's always a bunch singing in our backyard pond.ReplyDelete