This week’d DP challenge is Tiny.
This picture was taken by my sister in law in Botswana, Africa.
The frog is tiny when compared to a twig.
As a small boy, I have seen and in fact captured some of the tiny frogs known as Romer’s frogs.
They are now an endangered species, specifically found in some areas of Hong Kong.
They are so tiny that they are no more than an inch big.
Here is a picture of this frog taken by Michael Lau of WWF to whom credit is due.
The intention of posting is to make aware that, some and in fact more, of the animal species are disappearing.
This week’s DP photo challenge is Mirror.
A bird looking into the mirror?
Not sure what bird it is; but I am sure it likes its own look.
The picture was taken in a hotel in Botswana, Africa by my sister-in-law to whom credit is due.
The sun has just set and it was the golden hour in Botswana.
The lake was so quiet and tranquil.
The clouds and their reflections were lovely too.
This photo was taken by my sister-in-law.
It is amazing that you can find circles in Mother Nature too!
Here are two examples of circular lily leaves you find in nature.
The first one was taken in Botswana. It shows a few big leaves floating on the water.
The second one is more stunning. The picture was taken in Hokkaido, Japan.
It shows thousands of lily leaves floating on the water!
The holiday season has meant that I am unable to spend much time on blogging.
The photo was taken by my sister-in-law in Botswana.
It shows a gathering of elephants.
They are quite intelligent and sometimes have grudges against people.