Thursday, May 21, 2009

Frog legs, anyone?


You will find the Frog's Landing Family Restaurant on the dock, overlooking the Gulf of Mexico.

11 comments:

Hilda said...

They don't really specialize in frog legs, do they?

Such a crazy mix of bright colors — I love it! The fierce face on the post too. Looks like someone went ga-ga with the paints! :)

cieldequimper said...

:-)) I like the treatment of this photo!

Jacob said...

@ Hilda - Probably not. We haven't eaten there. But they probably are on the menu. Some restaurants in the area offer not only frog legs, but also alligator.

brattcat said...

They could use this image on the menu, Jacob. Softening the perimeter of the photo helps balance the bright colors, bringing the photograph into a very pleasing harmony.

B Squared said...

The red Tiki looks just like the one at the Mai Kai. I'll try to get a shot of it for a future CDP.

Jacob said...

Glad to hear the Mai Kai is still open...haven't been there in years...don't even remember the red Tiki so I'll look forward to your shot!

Have a great weekend!

Léia said...

Hello Jacob!
Funny name for a restaurant! :-)
Is the food good?
I liked your artwork in this picture!Cool!
Léia

Abe Lincoln said...

Eating a frog's leg is weird. I can't imagine it and I think it would make me an instant vegetarian. I am almost at wits end over beef, veal and pork. Ham will be hardest to give up if I ever go vegetarian like my daughter thinks we should become. I do like the colors on the post.

Jacob said...

@ Abe - Lots of frog legs down here; and alligator, plus other exotic stuff. Lois Anne's a vegetarian - eats nothing with an eye! I've tried, but it's hard...so stick with only chicken and/or pork.

I'm with your daughter, just haven't wanted to make the commitment.

bfarr said...

I tried frog legs once and found them to be a bit greasy. Love the photo tho.

Clueless in Boston said...

Les grenouilles verte. One of the few things I remember from High School French. I hope I spelled it right.

Nice effect feathering the edges of the photo to draw the eye to the center of the picture.