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...it's not easy being ---

GREEN!!!


This week's challenge for Tina's Picstory is the letter "G".  And, as always, I try to find something from her chosen category to coincide with something for Ruby Tuesday.  I hope the rust spots on the metal sculpture suffices for a 'ruby' red.  [tree frog, I think - found while we were walking around the outdoor Botanical Gardens just south of town]






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  1. Cute little frog, perfect combination for the memes.

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    1. Ya, he was so still, I almost missed him.

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  2. I liked it. Good combintion.
    Mormor

    http://www.starbear.no/mormor/2012/07/09/bokstaven-g/

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  3. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh Ms Anni my prince in shining armor is the Geico Geeko
    I just love every lean, green inch of him.

    We are accepting pictures up until 11:59 PM on July 18....tell Winston and Tahoe I said to perform NOW!!!
    Hugs Madi and Mom

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    1. I'm working on it.....I may have to resort to bribes.

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  4. That frog almost blends in with the green stones!

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    1. that's just leaves blurred, not stones.

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  5. He's sure green, all right. I like the little red spots, too. You did a good combo here, Anni. :-)

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  6. That's a bright green frog! I'm posting one later this week and he is an albino compared to yours. Maybe Texas frogs are brighter! :)

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    1. I've heard the saying, everything's bigger in Texas, but not brighter. LOL

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  7. so cool! thanks for your G :)

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    1. ...and, thank YOU for hosting.

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    1. ...a 'groovy' thank you right back atcha!!

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  9. Ich liebe diese Farbe.
    Klasse Foto, superschöner Frosch!!

    LG Mathilda ♥

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  10. Ekkkk I can't tell at first if it is a huge leaf well it is a frog. I like the color though! ^_^
    Inviting you to Water World Wedneday

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    1. ...oh, it's pretty I think. LOL Will join you in WWWednesday.

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  11. The rust spots add a great contrast of colour! The frog imitates the leaf shapes so well!

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    1. ...oh good, wasn't sure it would be 'good enough' to use for a ruby.

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  12. an amazing looking little frog. I've never seen one of those up close

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    1. ...I almost missed it as I was walking by him

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  13. What a cute little green frog..... Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  14. It took me a while that the frog was on the metal structure :D Camouflage working :D

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    1. ...yep, nature has a way of protecting those with their unique color and their surroundings.

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  15. Great shot! The frog looks so comfortable:)

    Visiting for Ruby Tuesday 2- hope you can stop by..

    http://www.mommys4seasonsjourney.com/2012/07/trespassers-warning.html

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    1. ...yes, it does now that you've mentioned it.

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  16. Great green frog! I've never saw such one.

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  17. No it's not, but it is my favorite color. sandie

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