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A closer view of the south face.
Wondering how my shadow ended up looking like Mrs. Butterworth 400 feet below the summit of Independence Monument.
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Here we have a series of photos depicting just how dangerous the Rock Frog of Colorado National Monument can be.  He lures unsuspecting climbers in with views of wondrous towers and desert vistas.  He camouflages himself well with his surroundings as he stalks his prey unnoticed.   Just when the climber spies a line that he/she fancies. . .CHOMP!!!  There is no escape.  BEWARE!  BEWARE!!!  It could happen to you.
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By J. Fox
From: Black Hawk, CO
Nov 9, 2007

Hilarious!

By Abram Herman
From: Golden, CO
May 23, 2009

This "rock frog" as you call it was our favorite part of the hike in :) It had teeth when we were there, though.

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Here we have a series of photos depicting just how dangerous the Rock Frog of Colorado National Monument can be. He lures unsuspecting climbers in with views of wondrous towers and desert vistas. He camouflages himself well with his surroundings as he stalks his prey unnoticed. Just when the climber spies a line that he/she fancies. . .CHOMP!!! There is no escape. BEWARE! BEWARE!!! It could happen to you.

Submitted By: Legs Magillicutty on Oct 10, 2007
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