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September 20, 2008

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Northern Shade

He's obviously of the opinion that it's better to be a big frog in a little pond, his own little pond of tasty treats. I like the shot of its reflection in the water.

Dee/reddirtramblings

What a cute photo. I like that you don't have to clean the fountain right now. Just think, you're providing a habitat.~~Dee

Neo at Greatbigplants

My two daughters(11 and 3) are fascinated by toads. They have one in our garden and feel it's their pet. Thanks for the picture. they love it.

Julia

Thanks to all of you for your compliments :)

Susan Reimer

Julia,

Can I interview you for a story in the Baltimore Sun on garden blogs?

Susan

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Gardeners Belfast

Hi.

Just dropping in to say hello all the way from Belfast in Northern Ireland. I enjoyed reading about your fountain, and your photographs of the toad.

I've been browsing around the gardening blogs, and I have to mention that your blog theme is well done. One of the nicer blogs I've visited.

Mark

Julia

Thank you! It was a first for me, so I'm glad someone thinks it's well-done :)

ck

wow what a great photo of a frog!! :0

Gunilla

What nice pictures. The frog. Maybe it´s a prince?:):)


Greetings from Sweden

drew

If you hadn't already found what type of frog this is, it looks to be a Pickerel Frog.

Julia

Could very well be. Thanks :)

Removalists Australia

That does not looked like a frog in a far view, actually it's like a crab, lol.

Anyway, I like the second photo, the frog has it's reflection in the water.

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