Tuesday, August 18, 2009

A very tiny guest

15 comments:

Yvonne aka Country Gardener said...

Aw, he's very cute.

A New England Life said...

Let him stay a while. He won't eat much ; )

Steve B said...

Cool. I shot a teeny-tiny little toad Sunday. I hope he grows up big and eats lots of skeeters.

Lynne at Hasty Brook said...

We saw a teeny (half inch?) green tree frog last Saturday.
Gotta love frogs.

Kerry Hawkins said...

ahhh! so cute

Bird Girl said...

Cute little fella! I like how the second picture shows perspective and I'll say it is TINY!

Carolynn said...

I love little frogs. Many of them are endangered now. Keep that little guy healthy and he'll help keep your bug population down.

dog trot farm said...

Eve, might you ask him to invite all his buddies over for a insect party? By the way the pots look great.

Tina said...

Such a tiny treat...and sitting so nice for you while you capture him with your camera..did you train him to do that! :)

Farmgirl_dk: said...

Aw, don't you just love those little guys? We're finding them in the funniest places...sticking to the outside of our glass patio door, underneath the bbq cover, etc. Gotta keep these little dudes alive - they're the good guys!! :-)

Jenny said...

He is a little cutie! I hope you pointed him in the direction of your stripped clematis! Get fertilising some frogs eggs Freddy!!!

Roy said...

What a tiny little thing Evie.

The Giraffe Head Tree said...

Ah, what a cutie patootie!

Eve said...

A cutie Patootie is just what I would say! I have no problem with frogs or toads here guys...between the two of them I have to watch my step around here. They're so used to Morgan handling them, they just sit there and say "hey"!

Rural Rambler said...

I like your very tiny guest Eve. We have a few of our own here and when I change the birdbath water they are all underfoot. I am always afraid I will squish one. Yikes.