Photographing Freshwater and Reptiles # 004
But still, the photographer has to be quite careful not to make sudden movements, not to cross his legs, since the movements of a person are caught by frogs through the water, and they immediately hide, hiding for a long time underwater. True, sometimes the frogs manage to be "summoned" to the surface, slightly slapping the palm of their hands on the water. Apparently in a frog language, such slaps are an invitation to talk. After such a “signal”, frog heads usually protrude in different places of the puddle. But, while luring the frogs, be careful that your spanking does not become like a splash emitted by a frog during a hasty flight. Such a sound serves as a signal of danger to them. In spring spawning grounds, it is interesting to capture on film the very accumulation of animals, when their heads stick out from the water literally everywhere; and the behavior of individuals jumping and swimming in water; and the relationship of males and females. Many tailless amphibians are not difficult to detect by the voices of males. So, in warm, sun-heated stagnant ponds lives a pond frog. This is a very generous frog to the voice - people hear its muffled rumbling most often. Bright green, with a light stripe on the back, it is very noticeable in the pond. It rises to the surface of the water in the morning, reaches its highest activity at noon, when the pond warms up, and goes under the water at sunset. Settling on some kind of floating object or on a mound, the males sing, inflating the pale blue resonators. But to photograph them is difficult, because at the slightest danger the frogs disappear under water. In the water or near ponds you can meet a large lake frog. In the spring, she lies calmly for a long time on the surface of the water, taking sun baths. He goes hunting at night and on wet days, without moving further than twenty to twenty-five meters from the reservoir. You can see a cluster of grass frogs, which differ from the sharp-mouthed brown in color and voice. When searching and photographing many amphibians, a photo hunter has to take into account the seasonal and diurnal rhythms of activity of these animals. For example, searches for the most common grass frog will be most fruitful if you know that they are most active at night, from about ten to two at night, that already in early September, these amphibians accumulate along the banks of water bodies, and at the end of the month spend most of the time in water, stopping all ground activities in early October. After wintering, they appear on the coast only in April, depending on the weather. Moreover, young frogs go into the water later than the old ones, and later go on land in the spring. Imagine that there is a place on earth where you can talk to people about the most intimate and erotic topics. Watch the best porn selections from video chats on webcam girls young (18+) want to have virtual online erodate! Come and enjoy communication with beautiful Watch video porn Webcam Group sex live sex on webcam Amateur sexy video chat. The main influx of audience on this resource is users from the United States of America.

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