Ohhhh my!!!YOU ARE A BRAVE woman...believe me!!!LOLOL...have a nice day, Honey.
The itty bitty frog and the little Ringneck are both so cute. I see the other frog too, he blends in well with the rocks and leaves. Aw, you scared the snake. He's a pretty one. Can you tell I like snakes?
I'm a Mother of 5 grown-up sons and at one time or another they have played with or brought home all the above.
Eeeew. Unlike SqirrelQueen, I don't like snakes or spiders. Most of them here are deadly poisonous.
I can deal with the cute frogs and even the Ringneck snakes. You can keep the rest.LOL! I grew up on a lake and would swim in it all the time. Now I'm terrified of alligators and don't swim in any lakes. And I keep my doggies away from the lakes too.These are such clear crisp photos Sandra...nice!
Love that tiny baby frog! That big snake is a brown water snake; harmless but they'll make me hurt myself trying to get away from them!
I'm glad we have no crocodiles or alligators here in Ontario. :)) You sure do have a ton of creepy crawlies. Neat photos, Sandra!
Whoo hoo! You could be on a nature show...what variety!
Eek! Snakes! Spiders! Excuse while I do a mental icky dance!
your ready for halloween with the creepy crawlers...eeeekkkkk
The frog really blends in, I had to look twice to see it. The snakes I can live without! :D Love your header...cute!
love all of these! you are going to have to link up to clytie's Guest Heart Thursday with that croc's nose. a perfect heart!www.clytie-randomhearts.blogspot.com
Ick! Just . . . ick. I could never live in Florida because of the alligators and crocodiles. I'd always be looking ahead, behind and over. Kinda like I do out here in the desert in the warm weather with rattlesnakes. They go find a comfortable bed in the winter months.
Ick on the tiny snake, I would have ran screaming. Your backyard has loads of photo op's. I like the baby frog, that must be daddy hiding in the leaves.
Some great photography here. I can stay away from snakes forever. Love the tiny frog.QMM
Hhhmmmm....I think I like my kitties better....
You're welcome to keep those critters -- with the possible exception of the frogs -- down there in Florida. I encountered a snake in the rock garden the other day. I don't know who was most startled -- me or him.
You didn't have all those in your back yard did you?Just kidding I know some weren't.Can't believe you touched those icky things with your hands though.Hey, how did you know that was a star and you could report things that way - are you a genius?sandie
I love your header!! And that little snake is unusual, because of the orange necklace! I did find the well hidden frog, I would have said he is a toad, I can't tell the difference!! To me, brown frogs are toads. But I think that is not true. That might be something for you to post about sometime. This post makes me very glad I don't live in Florida!!!
I don't often say Yuck! to your pictures but I think I must today. The little frog is rather cute but as for the rest I scroll over them very quickly... ;)
I'm not a fan of creepy crawlers.. not anywhere close to my Florida yard. You are more tolerant then I, Sandra.hugs,Pam
OMG! It freaks me that snake of course. I know the crocs and the alli are huge and has big mouth but here in MI we don't have it so no reason to get scared. But snakes is every where that is why we have 18 barn cats, lol!! Scare away snakes and all the other animals, geez! ^_^ Thanks for the visit!
I've seen enough little black things with orange stripes slithering by lately... icky!
oh no!too scary! couldn't do that.you're my hero.fantastic close-ups!!really fantastic!
It's hard to be afraid of that teeny tiny snake! Wow. These are all great creepy crawlies, from small to large.
I just don't like snakes, give me bugs and insects anytime....:)
I imagine on Survivor shows, they will ask contestants to eat a little snake in your first photo.Great selection of creepies. But here is one giant one,I like to report an anonymous comment that I have been getting on my blogs which is offensive to half the American population. I am not American, and is still very angry with it. I have deleted the comment on my blogs, and I wonder if you have received any. I won't bother to mention the name because that would promote him further.
Beautiful images. And what a selection - well done!
All very cool shots even though they are creepy and crawly :) I could handle taking a picture of any one of those but I wouldn't be able to hold a snake in my hand no matter how small or harmless he was.
Amazing pics. You are brave.
What awesome pictures, though I'm not a snake-lover I must admit they are very pretty colored.Yes, I think you are very brave ;)~Jo
Creepy crawlies indeed! No way would I touch any of those things! lol You are one brave, brave, brave woman! lolHappy Halloween!Angela
Love it Love it Love it! right up my ally, or perhaps in my ally if I go out and look. Is that a Ring necked snake? I just took photos of a tiny DeKay's a couple of days ago. Poor thing froze to death. And the little frog is precious. Love this series!
Don't like most creepy crawlies!!I have to admit they are beautiful in their own way.I didn't know that Florida had both crocs. and alligators.My new fact for the day.
awesome post!! the baby snake is cute I think, so little! and the little frog was an awwww too.
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