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High-resolution desktop wallpaper Little Peeper by RJFos
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Little Peeper

November 12th, 2010

A lone frog poking his head through some duckweed.

Nikon D3000, AF-S DX VR Zoom-NIKKOR 55-200mm f/4-5.6G IF-ED, Apple Aperture.


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Comments from the Community

Posted By: willai_92
about 13 years, 5 months ago
Love the contrast. Your patience has resulted in a fantastic shot. Thanks!
Posted By: Daddy_Gemini
about 13 years, 5 months ago
I love the color green, and also reptiles and amphibians. Especially lizards, snakes and frogs (tree frogs for the most part), so I had to get this. I think the colors are refreshing even though its a slimy pond by the looks of it. :P The way you darkened the outside edges makes it good for where people's icons usually go, so where as this wouldn't have really worked so well for wallpaper it works by doing that.

Unlike the meerkats 2 wallpapers back, I don't think this should have been so centered. I think having the frog a little down and to the right would have helped the composition. However I do realize the frog was probably moving around a lot so this is still a nice capture. Other than that, the noise is a little bothersome, especially in the bokeh at the top. All in all a good shot RFoster! I hope to see more of your work show up here in the future! =)
Posted By: Bajuiceta
about 13 years, 5 months ago
I think this image is absolutely amazing! I'm using it as a wallpaper right now, so the centered frog is just perfect.

More cowbell. Other than that, no improvement necessary!
Posted By: jbarral
about 13 years, 4 months ago
Simply amazing! This is the 1st time I post a comment here. I've been following this website for almost 5 years and this is one of the best shots that I've seen here.

Greetings from Chile!

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