Leaf's Eye View

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    Taken at the Houston Museum of Natural Science Tree Frog exhibit.

    www.hmns.org/exhibits/special_exhibits/frogs.asp?r=1

    Had there been more light, I would have loved to put more of this beauty in focus.

    I did see some some wild tree frogs in Costa Rica earlier this year, though:
    www.flickr.com/search/?w=44124479650@N01&q=frog+costa...

    Used here:
    freelanceswitch.com/freelancing-essentials/the-science-of...
    www.thegermz.com/my-ramblings/freelancing-will-pay-the-bills
    www.wikihow.com/Care-for-a-Red-Eyed-Tree-Frog
    interesting.ozlady.com/tag/photograph-to-a-theme/

    maybemaq, Froschhuepfer, dotnethed, and 18 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. maybemaq 82 months ago | reply

      purely amazing shot, wonderful combination of the colours.
      waou great artwork, great collaboration with the nature!

    2. Laurent Filoche 82 months ago | reply

      Lovely composition and delightful colors !

    3. iPhotograph 82 months ago | reply

      Cool shot, great composition and colors!

      asian tree frog reflection

    4. dotnethed 82 months ago | reply

      I like the DOF the way it is -- great capture!
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      Seen on your photo stream. (?)

    5. gwenturnerjuarez 81 months ago | reply

      Wow! What a cool shot! I like it the way it is too!

    6. erinen31 78 months ago | reply

      So. friggin'. cool!!

    7. erinblatzer 72 months ago | reply

      Wow - what a gorgeous photo! This is one of the best I've seen from that exhibit. I hope you'll consider posting it (and any other of the Museum) in a new Flickr group dedicated to the Houston Museum of Natural Science, its satellite locations (like the George Observatory) and their surrounding areas.

      Just click on the link above to open the group page and join and start sending your images to the pool.

    8. laanba 70 months ago | reply

      I just saw this on the HMNS blog. Congratulations, you are the first feature photo. It is an outstanding image.

    9. SuzQJ [deleted] 70 months ago | reply

      Congrats - great photo!

    10. rrm998 70 months ago | reply

      Well done indeed!

    11. csharrocks 60 months ago | reply

      Great photo. Hope you don't mind but I've copied the photo and used it on my science website for a blog post I'm doing on science photography. I've stated the copyright of the image belongs to you and have linked it to this page. Any problems, please get in touch and I'll remove the image from the website. Thanks

    12. AlphaTangoBravo / Adam Baker 60 months ago | reply

      csharrocks: Certainly no issues, but would you mind sending me the link? For vanity's sake. ;)

    13. Pixeltopia 57 months ago | reply

      absolutely incredible.

    14. yolo ramirez 57 months ago | reply

      one of the most beautiful species of frogs, with amazing colors

    15. scooops 34 months ago | reply

      Utsukushii!
      Amazing!

    16. paulballenger 11 months ago | reply

      Adam:
      I wanted you to know that we found one of your Flicker photos through Creative Commons and are using on our new web site.
      You can see it here: www.49thingstodo.com/Houston/Article/the-houston-museum-o...
      If you disapprove, please let us know and we will take it down.
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