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Surrey365; Day 74. Frog in duckweed.

The pond is covered in duckweed at the moment – filtering it out by hand is a hugely fiddly and time-consuming business, as you have to scoop it out by the handful and then remove all the tadpoles/nymphs/miscellaneous water creatures and return them to the pond. 83 more words

Garden

Week 12 - Robin

A large frog covered in duckweed at the edge of a small plastic pond. He was a good sport about me taking photos. I used the Olympus TG-4 on microscope mode with the LED ring adapter. 19 more words

Photography

[Review] Duckweed (2017 Film)

Before talking about the movie, I have to say that I’m still amazed that I was able to catch this movie in the theater! It just goes to show how fast the Chinese entertainment industry are crossing over into the U.S (and perhaps even internationally) Would never have imagined it a few years back. 316 more words

Zhao Liying

How can I control the duckweed in my pond? | Ponds & Lakes Q&A

Q: How can I control the duckweed in my pond?

Kyle – Burke, KY

A: Duckweed is a tiny menace that definitely needs to be managed. 476 more words

Pond & Lake

Duckweed

Having made his feature debut with 2014’s The Continent, Chinese celebrity blogger/author/entrepreneur/rally driver Han Han again borrows from his own life experiences for Duckweed, his second directorial offering.
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Review

Movie Review: Duckweed (乘风破浪) 

I’ve made no secret that I’m not a big fan of Asian cinema so when I decided to check out DUCKWEED (乘风破浪, an expression meaning “to have high ambitions”), the latest box office smash from mainland China, I did so expecting to be underwhelmed if not bored to tears. 665 more words

Drama

Impulse and inspiration today

I have been thinking about making frogs and want to make native NZ ones instead of the classic shape i see.  I could probably find a picture on NZ Forest and Bird but there is so much more fun to it when you get to study them in person. 100 more words