Friday, November 20, 2009

Save the Frogs

The writing on the side of the green car with the frog says "Save the frogs around the world" Or something like that. This is one of my favorite reflection photos. The fish are the only things that are not reflections. I took it in front of the Dallas Aquarium almost a year ago.

How many fish do you see? It could be the more you stare the more there'll be. :)

This was taken with my old handy dandy pocket camera.

For more Weekend Reflections please go to Newtown Area Photo every Friday from 11:01 am thru Sunday 11:59 pm est.

30 comments:

  1. Pretty slick camera! Hope you have a safe flight and wonderful vacation!

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  2. Your old camera works well my friend, don't forget its!
    Adorable frogs, I also loved this reflection and composition!
    Happy weekend reflections!
    Léia

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  3. difficult to say if cars are swimming or fishes are flying..The picture looks like a dream, mixing strange things together..

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  4. That is an outstanding reflection James. You always come up with the most creative ones. Have a safe and wonderful trip.

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  5. This is such a fun picture, you really have to look closely at everything!
    Sunny :)

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  6. This is a photo you have to study for awhile! And, those little "pocket cameras" do a nice job, too!
    Be safe and enjoy that trip!

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  7. That's really wonderful reflection! I'm counting about 10 fishes!

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  8. Fish and frogs - no wonder they ended up in the same picture!

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  9. So clever and a great image James. It's been fun catching up on your photography. Have a great weekend.

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  10. I came up with 12, but your right the longer you look the more you see.
    Great reflection!

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  11. Great photo my friend. I see 14 fish. Have a wonderful vacation. Be safe and have a good time. Great reflection photo. TBK

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  12. Fantastic, looks like the world seen through an aquarium.
    Really beautiful, rich color and detail.
    Congratulations!

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  13. Pocket cameras are sometimes amazing, aren't they? I can tell you're glad you had it with you.

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  14. An excellent reflection and I see lots of fish all over!! Good job! :)

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  15. This is fascinating! I keep going back and you're right, I keep finding more fish. You can get some amazing shots with a pocket camera, I always have mine with me just in case! Have a great trip. Kathy

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  16. Neat shot James. Lots going on here.

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  17. I'm a dizzy frog!!!!! Wow, it took me awhile to take it all in!

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  18. Apparently who can swim can fly!
    Really cool!
    Have a very nice trip and enjoy.

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  19. What I like best is neat ghosting in the photo. Very artistic

    ...Heavenly reflection!

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  20. This is such a cool reflection photo! The Center for Biological Diversity will love you for it. :)

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  21. Cool!
    I'm not sure if I'm able to count all the fishes...
    I've started over and over again... ;)

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  22. love the reflections..there are 14 fishes or more..

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  23. what a wonderful photo with all those layers of reflections to add depth!

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  24. Hi James,

    LOL-:)
    Very creative and very funny. I would say that there are more than one fish there-:)

    Best regards
    Asta

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  25. Nifty reflective photo ;-)
    Hugs and blessings,
    Small Reflections

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  26. Fish swim in the air.

    It is a really pleasant work.

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  27. Air Fish. lol What a great effect. Nice job.

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  28. I need to start going back and reading posts AFTER I have gone on to the next! I just did that and found these wonderful photos.
    What an interesting blog!
    I live in Riverside, California and lived in Orange County for years and years.
    I was born in Southern California and I will probably die here.

    The "Save the Frogs" picture is fantastic!! :)
    Mona

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