The deportment of that frog reminds me of something I see in the mirror most mornings.
Gee Al, you take a camera to the beach and this is what catches your eye? 😉
My wife was with me.
Well, that explains it. Whew! I was beginning to worry…
Am I blind? I can’t see anything. Perhaps it disappeared yesterday. You don’t work for an American Embassy do you? Dianne
You can’t see the slideshow?
What slideshow? I checked again today. D~
When you open my post a slideshow begins to play right below the title. It starts with a little dog.
That frog is absolutely huge!
Yes. I think the official ethological classification for this species is “Anamalia Amphibia Ceramica.”
Too funny, Al! I’ve never seen horseshoe crabs that weren’t dead and in pieces.
We have spent hours domesticating and training these four. Usually, they will come to us when we call them.
Your tags make me laugh too :-). See you soon !
You should have seen us laughing at that dog.
Looking forward to it. Got to think about packing. Ugh!
That is so very funny! Good thing he did not end up with a crab on his cute little nose!
I think that crab was long gone out the back door!!
there was something good down that hole! what does a ghost crab look like
See this: https://thecvillean.wordpress.com/2012/08/26/a-romantic-walk-among-ghosts/
Was the dog digging for crabs? Did he find all those horseshoe crabs?
Yes, he was digging for ghost crabs. I think he would lose a contest with the horseshoe crabs.