Frog Saturation

frogsA single frog can lay 20,000 eggs.img_9708The low murk of the Dell Water was full of hundreds, if not thousands, of frogs on a recent visit.img_9710Boy, are they jumpy! They know you’re coming before you know they’re there. Until you can’t ignore all the plops taking to the water. It was a little H.P. Lovecraftian, if you know what I mean.frogs1So what are these? Bullfrogs? No dorsal ridge…

2 Responses to “Frog Saturation”


  1. 1 Marc September 16, 2016 at 11:42 am

    Were these in Green-wood? Interesting, because the bricks say DPBW, aka Dennings Point Brick Works, a famous old brickyard in Beacon, NY.

    • 2 mthew September 16, 2016 at 12:20 pm

      These were in Green-Wood. Thanks for this information.

      As you undoubtably know, so this for other readers, NYC was built by bricks from up the Hudson.


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