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The Poser by Janine  Hewlett
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A Northern Dwarf Green Tree Frog (Litoria bicolor) on a Water Lilly at The Centenary Lakes in Cairns, QLD.

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Canon EOS 350D
Aperture f5.6
Shutter Speed 1/50 sec
ISO 100

Camera hand-held in natural light.

Sold as mounted print.

Also available – Australian Wildlife Group by Steve Bullock – is on the front cover

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amphibian, animals, flower, frog, green, nature, popular, purple, sold, water

Comments

  • courier
    courieralmost 6 years ago

    Extra, extra special. This is simply gorgeous and a wonderful capture.

  • Ann Warrenton
    Ann Warrentonalmost 6 years ago

    Oh MY God! Sooooo original, stunning, awesome, etc. All the great words in the dictionary! :) I love it and the rich vibrant colors, clarity, framing and details. SUPER WOW! You get the Gold Medal… :) This makes me smile, you’ve made my day to be able to see such a beauty.

  • Ann Warrenton
    Ann Warrentonalmost 6 years ago

    You are SOoooo welcome, you deserve it. :) Awesome piece

  • DarlaReeves
    DarlaReevesalmost 6 years ago

    Beautifully captured! Great contrast and colors! Adorable little “model”!

  • Can0n
    Can0nalmost 6 years ago

    Fantastic shot! Beautiful colors and great sharpness :)

  • LittleCrawler
    LittleCrawleralmost 6 years ago

    Wow…this is such a lovely image. The frog was sitting really there or did you put it? A wonderful image!

  • stevealder
    stevealderalmost 6 years ago

    Hi Janine, Well spotted and imaged and I love the colours too…….fabulous ! Regards, Steve

  • MichelleLegg
    MichelleLeggalmost 6 years ago

    Oh well done – this is stunning. What amazing contrasting colours between the frog and the lily – nice one. You must be pleased.

  • Leslie Wood
    Leslie Woodalmost 6 years ago

    Fabulous shot. The colors are outstanding! My son use to have three little tree frogs until we let them go. Those little buggers sure eat alot of crickets. :)

  • Leslie Wood
    Leslie Woodalmost 6 years ago

    Yes I do. I know we shouldnt keep them as pets but they were so cute and you could walk around with them on your finger!!

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