There used to be a little “pond” at the Makiling Botanical Gardens at UPLB, that was just full of these little frogs. I literally took hundreds of photos of these little guys over the course of several visits. I was just going through my library and came across a few photos of these frogs, most of them I haven’t even imported into Aperture – I am way behind with photo management. What’s sad though is the last time I was back at the gardens, after they were closed for like half a year for renovations, the little pond was gone and so were the frogs :(. I’m glad I took a lot of photos when I had the chance. Creation is beautiful, and I love photographing it!
For the photo below I used the pentax k-x, this was before the k-r came out, with the DA-L 55-300 lens. I think I used a monopod as well, but I wish I’d had a tripod at the time. If you have a tripod, use it. I exported this photo to 1280 by 800, so if that’s your display resolution, feel free to use this for your wallpaper or desktop background.