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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
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.
– Andrew Trevor-Jones
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.
He looks sleepy! Cute capturej
He was playful. Thanks, Jesika.
What a beautiful little frog. Excellent capture.
Thanks very much, Bunny.
Well Done Andrew!
Thanks, a~m. Looks like I just scraped in there (2 votes).29 June 2009.
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.
Thanks, Kasey.7 July 2009.
Thank you, lilian.
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.