I spent around an hour lying prone on the large rock overlooking Michelle's pond this afternoon trying to get some good shots of the frogs in the pond. Whenever I approach they always dive in under the leaf cover in the water, so I laid down prone and waited. When they popped back up I snapped away. These particular frogs are a little smaller than your typical matchbox car.
For this shot I had slowly extended myself out away from the rock and then turned sideways so the camera was nearly in the water so I could get a side on shot. This process took a long time, probably close to fifteen minutes or so as I needed to move very slowly to not startle the frog I was stalking. I ended up with the lens about three inches from the frog but unfortunately the extended time in the awkward post left me unable to stay perfectly still so I couldn't quite get the crystal clear focus I wanted. Still I really liked the result and may try again sometime soon.