I'm not usually a fan of croaking amphibian creatures, but this photo set by Bob Garas is stunning and brilliant, making these slimy frogs look really adorable.
Garas photographs his pet frogs in his Orlando home. He really has a way of capturing the frogs in the perfect light against vibrant props and backgrounds. With much patience, these tiny amphibians pop their heads out of cracked eggshells, wine glasses and blooming flowers, showing how delicate and innocent they really are in their explorations. These leaping frogs really shine through in their own set of technicolor self-portraits.
The images by Bob Garas really makes me look at these amphibians in a different way -- I guess they're not so bad after all.
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