Exploring and interacting with garden wildlife is one of the most precious activities a child can have. While most kids can hope to see nothing more than a couple of squirrels, bugs, and lizards, the Indonesian photographer Ajar Setiadi was way luckier as he was growing up. His garden in Bogor, Indonesia is full of colorful miniature frogs that are pets of sorts for the photographer.
Since his early childhood years, Setiadi has been observing the behavior of these curious creatures, letting them play and jump from flower to flower as he was watering the plants. The animals got so comfortable in his presence that Setiadi can freely take pictures of them playing and cuddling as they do in nature. Setiadi even gave them tiny props, such as flowers and leaves, which the amphibians promptly use as umbrellas.
Needless to say, all this is just utterly unique and adorable - what a tiny miracle!
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