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Becoming Frogs

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This is the oldest one.

We’ve concluded that because he/she has pretty much lost the tail entirely and looks most like a teeny tiny real frog.

Isn’t it cute???

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This is the middle tadpole.  It still has a bump of a tail, but has all four froggy legs.

The third one still looks like a tadpole – big head, two tiny back legs, big tail.

I’d show you a picture, but while I was shooting more of them (after uploading these above), MY CAMERA WENT ON STRIKE.

So I had to put it down and walk away, because the temptation to scream at it and then throw it at a wall was beginning to seem like a wise decision.

So no more froggy pictures just yet.

Well, except this last one, which is from the same batch as the pictures above.

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Not a great picture, but you can see the eye bumps a bit.

So cool.

Barefoot Nature Photographer Witch!

Well…I would be if my DANG CAMERA WAS WORKING.

I’ll just be going now.

2 thoughts on “Becoming Frogs

  1. Holy cow…you know how to grow them. That is amazing…Did I mention that Mrs. Keeney told DH that her son still has his tadpole – TWENTY YEARS LATER!? Well – NOT a tadpole anymore, it’s a frog – or a toad – now. Still. Pretty cool. You have proven yourself with amazing life spans before – RIP Blur. This tadpole could join the ranks. It’s because you’re so nurturing…and such a good cook. Winning!!

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