Tree frogs, at last!


I had them on my list as one of the “most wanted” items to make some great pictures of. I suppose a lot of passionate nature/wildlife photographers have them on their list. I’m talking about the European Tree frog (Hyla arborea), the small green frogs with their black side-line.

You don’t see them a lot anymore… They are becoming so rare in our regions (Belgium, Netherlands, Germany…) and therefore I was a very happy photographer when I saw them.

We saw more than hundreds of those little green friends, enjoying the sun and relaxing on the blackberry leaves. They are so great to make pictures of; they rely on their camouflage for 100%, so aren’t moving a lot. Time enough to make some great shots with an opening of 2.8…


Find more of the pictures in the new reptiles section.



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