Friday, May 31, 2013

Adirondack Amphibians: Cope’s Gray Tree Frog

IMG_3368The “peeper season” is in full swing now, and with much needed rain in the Adirondacks, they are loving it! Depending on who you talk to, the sounds of these little frogs are music to the ears or a complete annoyance. I fall on the side of music to the ears, and wouldn’t have it any other way! After a long Winter, these beautiful little amphibians are a welcomed sound! I captured this image of a gray tree frog with my Canon Powershot SX 110 IS, 6mm focal length, 1/60 sec. at f/2.8, ISO 80.


Charles Henry Eldridge

Charles is a self-taught photographer, who has been capturing nature's beauty for over 25 years.

Born and raised in the Adirondack region, Charles' love for the natural world grew with each passing year. Through hiking, fishing, hunting, and camping adventures, along with hearing stories from his elders, he gained a respect and a deeply rooted devotion to preserve and protect his beloved homeland.

Through his photography and writings, he hopes to inspire folks to get out and enjoy all that nature has to offer, and strives to instill a passion for protection.

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