Photography Toad Life Posted on June 9, 2018June 3, 2018 by Thomas Slatin June 2018 Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading... Post Navigation Previous Post Begrimed Next Post Hanging By A Moment (Alternate Take) 14 thoughts on “Toad Life” I love the color combination of this photo. Subject is brown and background ia green, color of nature. Loading... Reply I’m a nature lover but I don’t like frog lol. By the way, you captured very well your subject, toad. Its great you did a good timing. Loading... Reply That a nice image up there. It seem the toad is enjoying nature being in there right in the centre. Loading... Reply Wow you really are that good. You were able to capture the frog in a steady position. It’s hard to do it I know. Loading... Reply I used to be very scared of toads back then. But his picture is so cute especially with the green background, the toad looks very harmless. Loading... Reply Toads can be so annoying when their is an army of them..it riles me when their sound invade my thoughts..sometimes ,they just pop up in front of you and you almost squash them. Good shot..I love this photo Loading... Reply Such a cute photo. I must confess though i am not a fun of toads or frogs, but this one looks so different. Loading... Reply There is something about toads that makes me afraid of them. Maybe its because of how they look or the sound they usually make. I like the contrast of the colors in the photo though. It was a great shot. Loading... Reply Can we rightly say the toad is in a natural habitat though it not really where it should be. I believe water will have been more helpful to it. Loading... Reply I hope I never come face to face with such a creature. I’d be scared stiff! Loading... Reply Frogs and toads are my least favorite creatures. Just looking at them gives me the creeps. Loading... Reply This must be a very rare species of toad. It has strange markings on its back. Loading... Reply The creature is hideous but the photo is beautiful. It looks very professional. Loading... Reply I can’t imagine touching this toad. The ugliness must be some kind of defense mechanism to keep predators away. Loading... Reply Leave a Reply to Obalade Damilola Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.