Took a different route this morning and it proofed to be a very fruitful walk. Spotted a tiny stick thin praying mantis that was mimicking a stick insect but it was too small to photograph. It disappeared when I tried to reposition myself for a better shot. Half way through the route, I spotted a snake sitting on a fern tree frond. I had dreamed of seeing a snake on a fern tree frond but I envisioned a male Wagler's Pit Viper but I can't complain as I like my snake encounters. I knew it was a bronzeback but which one I could not tell. The snake obliged me with some great shots but as I turned to reposition myself, it vanished never to be found again. Update: this bronzeback has been identified as the Kopstein's Bronzeback. Thanks ShaoWei.As I was about to move on, I spotted a Copper-Cheek Frog sitting on a Dumb Cane leaf. Hmmm... did I interrupt a hunt?Doubling back on my way home, I found a skink sunning itself. What made this shot work for me was the background.Looking up I spot another Copper-Cheek sitting pretty on a green giant yam leaf. Green-on-green.