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Sunday, March 27, 2011

Being green

A one-inch-long Pacific tree frog climbs in grass near a pond on a rural farm near Oakland, Ore., on Saturday, March 26, 2011. Pacific tree frogs, which are also known as the Pacific chorus frogs, are the most common frog on the west coast of North America.
My closeup lens is stuck it the wide open position. I can still use it, but the depth of field (the amount in focus) is very shallow. Only a very narrow strip of the frog's eye and face is in focus.  It actually looks nice, but I need to get a  new lens. I purchased the broken one on eBay a few years ago.  It's about 25 years old and not worth fixing.

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