One new photograph, almost every day of the year

2015—Good Camouflage

We spotted this tiny (less than an inch) Sierran tree frog, (Pseudacris sierra), hopping among the petroglyphs and well camouflaged on the granite and tree bark. I used the macro lens and kneeled down on the excruciatingly hard granite without my knee pad which remained in the trunk of my car in back in Auburn. I cropped the first shot because I didn’t realize I could get so close to him. When I leaned in as close as the little guy would tolerate, I was just inches away from him. The second shot is not cropped.

Meadow Lake Petroglyphs-7591-2

Meadow Lake Petroglyphs-7647-2

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