A Visitor

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I haven't posted for a couple of days, and have quite a bit going on the next few days.  So, I thought I'd show you this little tree frog friend that was on our window yesterday.

I haven't posted for a couple of days, and have quite a bit going on the next couple of days. So, I thought I'd show you this little tree frog visitor that was on our window yesterday. I'll have a new post up on Saturday. (Click once, and even twice, to enlarge.)

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5 Responses to “A Visitor”

  1. Peg Says:

    Hey, short posts work just fine, too! 🙂

    So . . . he/she was **on** your window? Apparently tree frogs can cling to smooth surfaces? Fun photo! Great “capture”! 🙂

    • Louise Gunderson Shimon Says:

      Yes, he/she was on the window. As it would move along, it would leave some of its slimy residue behind. I wish I could blame everything on the windows on the tree frog! But, just the slime was from it. I wanted to get a photo of it stretching out to move. I set my camera on continuous shooting. When I would back away, it would move, but not when I was relatively close. Then I lowered the camera briefly. That’s when it, instead of slithering on the glass, sprang (spring, sprang, sprung?) several inches onto the wood siding of our house.

  2. Peg Says:

    You know, you really ought to add “clean windows” to your to-do list over the next few days. NOT!!! (Window cleaning is highly overrated, in my opinion. You no sooner get them done than they need it again!) I am TOTALLY kidding! (Or toadily. Oh, I forgot: he/she’s a frog.) Oh my, I’m betraying myself (my silliness) on a public website . . . .

  3. Marti Says:

    Great photo!

  4. Peg Says:

    You know: I’d totally forgotten till just now that when I was last at our house (having been gone now for a few days), there was a little frog on **our** window!!! It was maybe 1.5″ long and an inch wide. It was (I suppose obviously . . . and hopefully!) on the outside of the window, so the part I saw from inside the kitchen was its off-white underbelly. At first, I thought it was a moth! Imagine my surprise when I put my face up a few inches from the window to see what kind of moth! I’ll have to tell Jeff. He’ll think that was cool. 🙂 Glad this new comment in my mailbox reminded me! 🙂

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