I promised a series of frog photos last year and I am just now getting round to it, although it may be slow in coming.
These reside on my deck. The first is a stepping stone, or it can be hung.
The second (and largest one) is nicknamed "The Thinker". He was given to me by some dear friends several years ago. He sits out here in the warm months, but comes in the house to warm in the kitchen all winter. Otherwise, he might crack, and I'd be heartbroken.
The third is, unfortunately, one of three frogs I found in the pool skimmer last week. I threw him over the back railing to the mossy ground below, and he, like everything else I throw down there, disappeared in short order. I don't even want to know what takes them away!! When I find live frogs in the skimmer, I take them out and give them a stern but gentle lecture - Stay Out of the Pool!! Hasn't worked so far.....LOL. You should hear them in mating season. The tree frogs sing so loudly that if our windows were open, we couldn't sleep for the racket. The mating frogs stay by the edge of the pool, and then the females lay their eggs on the surface of the water. I don't have the heart to tell them that the skimmer will make short work of their egg masses. Such is the way of the world, I guess. Since they don't have a pond or a stream nearby, they make do with what they can find. Gotta' give 'em an "A" for effort!