Laura Weishaupt caught this great close up of a Red Spotted Newt in the eft stage, which is its terrestrial stage, during a cold spell. We expect the chilly weather had it lethargic, adding to its willingness to 'pose.'
The newt is a specific type of salamander (so all newts ARE salamanders) and has three distinct post-hatching stages: The aquatic larva, the terrestrial eft, which is the juvenile stage, and then the aquatic adult. So if you're curious the difference between a newt and an eft, they are one in the same. "Eft" just means it is seen on the ground, and it is a juvenile.