CAPTURING LIFE's JOURNEY . . .
Love your pic of the frog!
Lovely shots. That frog fits in there so nicely!
What a great photo of that frog. Amazing that you spotted it.
Pretty bird and the frog is very well camouflaged, lovely pictures.
What a great looking bird.
Not seen a firetail before so thanks for showing us.
How creative ~ both photos are wonderful!Happy Week ahead to you,artmusedogs and carol
What a unique bird. Thanks for sharing.
Cracking little bird - great colour.I think it may be a red-browed finch, rather than a fire tail, but these are just made up names anyway!Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
The Firetail is a new one for me - a nice looking bird. That frog looks to be keeping out of harms way.
Loving the frog picture!
I like that first shot.
Thank you all for your comments. (The hostess of the property knew the frog had found a home between the outdoor tabletop planks, hiding beneath a bonsai olive tree, and kindly brought it to my attention). Stewart - I think we are both correct; Simpson & Day's Field Guide to Australian Birds identifies this as a Red-Browed Firetail within the Grass Finch family.
OH! That camouflaged frog is GREAT!
The frog looks squeezed inside that location--good hiding place! Thanks for your comment on my blog
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