Thursday, July 9, 2015

Frog Bird House


I'm not sure, but I do believe this is some kind of froggie bird house.

22 comments:

William Kendall said...

Well now that'll make you look twice!

Sylvia K said...

Oh, what a hoot!! You do find the best and most entertaining captures, Lowell!!
Hope you have a wonderful weekend!! Enjoy!!

hamilton said...

It's a wonder it doesn't scare a few birds away. or maybe it'll scare the squirrels?

Linda said...

What fun, Lowell! Thanks for all you share! :) It is supposed to be very hot and humid here in Montreal this weekend. Hope yours is great! :)

Jack said...

Who decides to make a frog and then carve a hole in the belly for birds?

Randy said...

A frog with golf pants, too fun.

Taken For Granted said...

This has got to be the most unusual birdhouse I've seen. Might think the frog face would scare birds away, but perhaps they don't see it that way?

Karl Demetz said...

Are you sure it's not a hole of a mini golf field ? :)

llandudnopictures said...

I bet the birds love this one!

VP said...

I am sure it is a contemporary art piece on loan from the MoMA...

Small City Scenes said...

I think a bird might be scared to tey this out.

No tripod. we are a steady sort.
MB

Sharon Anck said...

That is a most unusual bird house!

Judy said...

Not sure if birds would enjoy living in a frogs belly but they probably don't pay too much attention to that kind of thing.

RedPat said...

What kind of bird lives in a frog? ;-)

magiceye said...

Strange one! Lovely find and capture!!

cieldequimper said...

Ummmm.... Birds flying into a frog. Ah well.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Well, it is eye-catching!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

:)

Kate said...

Gotta be a brave bird to use that birdhouse!!

Kay said...

Those tropical birds of yours do like something flashy, don't they?

EG CameraGirl said...

OH MY! ;)

Halcyon said...

Funny. Doesn't look like anyone has moved in though.

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