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© Copyright 1985 Andrew Trevor-Jones

Green tree frog, Litoria caerulea, at Windsor, NSW, Australia.

Pentax LX and Kodachrome 64. Scanned with Epson V700 Photo

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frogs, 1985, hylidae, litoria caerulea

I have been participating in photography in one form or other since I was very young. It has been a passion that has not left me.

Most of my photographs are of natural subjects both above and below the water, with macro photography being my favourite.

I use Nikon gear and Ikelite housings.

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  • nyxs
    nyxsabout 5 years ago

    :)

  • Thanks, nyxs.

    – Andrew Trevor-Jones

  • Enivea
    Eniveaabout 5 years ago

    Another of your superb shots Andrew :-))

  • Thanks. It is one from the archives. Hopefully I’ll add some more now that I have my scanner back.

    – Andrew Trevor-Jones

  • jesika
    jesikaabout 5 years ago

    He looks sleepy! Cute capture
    j

  • He was playful. Thanks, Jesika.

    – Andrew Trevor-Jones

  • Bunny Clarke
    Bunny Clarkeabout 5 years ago

    What a beautiful little frog. Excellent capture.

  • Thanks very much, Bunny.

    – Andrew Trevor-Jones

  • a~m .
    a~m .about 5 years ago

    Well Done Andrew!

  • Thanks, a~m. Looks like I just scraped in there (2 votes).
    29 June 2009.

    – Andrew Trevor-Jones

  • jdmphotography
    jdmphotographyabout 5 years ago

    Amazing image would be very welcome in the Eye Contact Group would be a great entry for the group challenge too ! Well Done ! …..

  • Thanks, jdm. Take it as entered.

    – Andrew Trevor-Jones

  • Kasey Cline
    Kasey Clineabout 5 years ago

  • Thanks, Kasey.
    7 July 2009.

    – Andrew Trevor-Jones

  • Lilian Marshall
    Lilian Marshallabout 5 years ago
    Beautiful colour .Congratulations on your feature .
  • Thank you, lilian.

    – Andrew Trevor-Jones

  • Philhodge
    Philhodgeabout 3 years ago

    He looks very comfy. I cant wait to return to Australia, i never saw a frog, snake or shark there last time. Hopefully this time i will have more luck. You have inspired me to learn to dive as well. thanks Andrew

  • Thanks, Phil. We get frogs (not green ones unfortunately) in our backyard. We also gets snakes from time to time, but no sharks. I do get to see sharks or one species or other on a good proportion of my dives around Sydney.

    – Andrew Trevor-Jones

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