A frog and the thing with feathers

Posted: June 8, 2012 by Mo Crow in magic
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A frog and the thing with feathers photographed by Carol Capalija of Dragonglass Studio in Far North Queensland

  1. A thing with feathers is a joy forever, and I hope that lifelike frog is not the real thing without the pond it lives near. Ha!

  2. deanna7trees says:

    oh my…lucky frog.

  3. karmadondruplhamo says:

    so much here…just so much Living on the part of Everyone in the last several posts….

  4. karmadondruplhamo says:

    HEY!!!!!!!!!!!! that’s me, karmadondruplhamo….i just realized that i could log in with the
    wordpress thingy from Glennis’ workshop….oh, yahoo!

  5. karmadondruplhamo says:

    so…excited…that’s me, meaning me, grace.

  6. margaret johnson says:

    Great photo Mo. My sister who lives in the opal mining town of Lighting Ridge, gets lots of green tree frogs in her house, and they even breed in her pool! Your last few posts have been so good, and have been enjoying them, even though I haven’t commented much for a while. Mike is progressing really well, all the lovely well wishes we have had from everyone has been so encouraging. Cheerio Mo and thankyou. Marg ox

    • Mo Crow says:

      I’ve always wanted to visit Lightning Ridge! ah one day we’ll just take off & do the grey nomad trip right around Australia and see all those places I have always wanted to see in the 43 years of living in this big red land & really need to see a Boab tree in this lifetime!

  7. ruthkeys says:

    He looks a happy frog! Interesting reflection in the mirror.

  8. ruthkeys says:

    Hi again, thanks for visiting my blog. The Jackdaws would like your blog. Lots of interesting things and they do love shiny beads and things. 🙂 Ruth

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