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Mr.Froggy finds green seat.

As I packed and unpacked, shifted and relocated, I got busy with all my other paraphernalia. My love for plants cant cease. I shifted them too. Offloaded by transport they landed in a messy corner. Only to seem as home for this frog.





















I dedicate this post to the F-Day of round 9 of ABC Wednesday meme. Please click here for details and more shots.



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  1. Fantastic capture. I t has found a nice place.

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  2. looks wonderful when enlarged!
    it actually travelled with the luggage? From? to?
    sorry about all the questions. am just curious! thanks

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  3. Deepak- Yes, had this not been a hurried photography we should have had a better view too instead of enlarging. And this frog seemed to travel perhaps from mangalore by truck to Manipal! Wonder when it managed to creep in, but from the time the plant was offloaded in manipal it stuck to the plant for a while till we shooed it away!

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  4. Rajesh- Yes.glad u liked it.

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  5. Hey nice froggy! You should have taken him with you! easy to maintain and constant talker, fits in your handbag!! Nice photos below, a contest on indibloger on for photography, go check it out, you have a good eye!

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  6. Sitting comfortably, Looks so adorable! Wonderful capture :)

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  7. Arti-Thanks.
    Ash- I would have to apply the froggys passport in that case.!!

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  8. That such a good pic!! Mr. Froggy must have had a great time travelling!! :)

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  9. What a delightful little guy he is! And what a terrific capture, Sushma! I love it! I'll look forward to returning here again!! Thank you for your visit to my blog and your comment! Always appreciated!! Have a wonderful day!

    Sylvia

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  10. http://twistingthetail.blogspot.com/2011/05/hello-beautiful.html#more

    vote for this if you like it.

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  11. @Gattina and rainboy- glad u liked it.

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  12. Awesome capture! That's a rare green seat!

    Mine us up here:

    LOVE ME OR HATE ME

    See yah!

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  13. wow! love the shots..
    Visiting from Green Monday..come and see my exciting
    GREEN ..
    Inviting you to join Orange Tuesdays..still open till tomorrow..
    Have a nice day!

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  14. ooh, it is not that i hate them but i just don't like them . he he he, thanks for sharing.

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  15. Froggy seems to enjoy the limelight or is he flabbergasted!! :)

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  16. wow, didn't see the frog first off! nice shot.
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  17. The little guy looks like he has found the perfect comfy spot.

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  18. great pic...love Mr Froggy...

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