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Becky's Squares

Bright Butterfly

This is my day 6 contribution to Becky’s April Squares on the theme of Bright.

A bright yellow butterfly garden ornament on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario, Canada in winter.

April Squares: Bright Butterfly
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Weekly Prompts

Easter Yellow

This is my contribution to the Weekly Prompts Colour Challenge: Easter Yellow.

Now I’ll admit that I have no idea what makes a shade/tone of yellow an Easter Yellow but I have recently photographed a few yellow objects.

Weekly Prompts: Easter Yellow
Site 2 marker on a campground.
Silent Sunday: 21st March 2021
Dave the Rubber Ducktographer hiding in a tree stump
Weekly Prompts: Easter Yellow
A giant yellow butterfly garden ornament.
Wordless Wednesday: 31st March 2021
Site 14 marker on a campground.
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Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday: 24th March 2021

Wordless Wednesday: 24th March 2021
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One Word Sunday

Opposite

Opposing colours on the South Bruce Peninsula.

This is my contribution to Debbie’s One Word Sunday prompt Opposite.

One Word Sunday: Opposite
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Weekly Topics

Common Frogs mating

My Flora and Fauna Friday post this week is a continuation of last week’s post of a male Common Frog (Rana temporaria) croaking to attract a mate.

This week a pair of Common Frogs are mating in a garden pond at Hatherton near Nantwich in southern Cheshire, England. This is known as amplexus, males develop nuptial pads to help them clasp the female. This allows them to kick away rival males.

Flora and Fauna Friday: 12th March 2021
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Weekly Topics

Common Frog

My Flora and Fauna Friday post this week is the Common Frog (Rana temporaria) found throughout much of Europe as far north as Scandinavia and as far east as the Urals.

Other common English names include the European Common Frog, European Common Brown Frog and European Grass Frog.

This is a male croaking to attract a mate, their throats turn pale/white in the breeding season. Males take up residence in a suitable breeding site and croak to attract females.

This individual was photographed in a garden pond in Hatherton near Nantwich in southern Cheshire, England.

Flora and Fauna Friday: Common Frog
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CFFC

Giant Butterflies

This is my contribution to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: None Alive Animals prompt.

As is sometimes the case I had a few ideas for the prompt before changing my theme for the post when I started selecting photos.

I changed my theme after coming across a photo of one of the giant butterfly garden ornaments I sometimes pass on my walks around the neighborhood. There are three of them and I have photographed them many times over the past few years with a variety of cameras and lenses.

Wordless Wednesday: 1st April 2020
Monochrome Monday: 30th November 2020
CFFC: None Alive Animals
2019: Leftovers
Weekend Challenge: Sunshine Yellow
Wordless Wednesday: 6th May 2020