cute, even with all the gushy stuff. :)
Snails are very interesting. Sometimes I watch them quietly how they are coming out from their shell. I get curious what of they are up to :)
psychelynThey are so interesting,glad you think so too.I tried to coax itout of it's shell for a better picbut it prefered the comfort of it'shome!!
very good photo!!!
SusanThank you Sue.
Super macro of the snail.Greetings,Filip
Filip&KristelThankyou,- I would rather have seenit out of it's house,but perhapsnext time!!Thankyou for visiting.
We too often ignore these guys - thanks for posting these lovely images.
I think they feel danger when someone's close so they never go out. My brother and I were trying to offer it food so she goes out of the shell but it really wont :)By the way, thank you for your interest in the murals. I have made a narration of what behind it all in my other blog. Please do visit when you have time, Thank You :) http://psychelyn26.blogspot.com/2012/05/murals-in-town.html
JerryThey are not well liked because of the damage they cause to crops andgarden plants,but they are facinating,and their shells arequite beautiful,so deserve to benoticed and admired,but in a way I'm glad that you ignore them,for this at least means you don't kill them!!Thank you for your visit.
psychelynI guess we have to respect theirprivacy!!I will visit your other blog soon,thanks for the info.:)
Who would think of taking maco of a snail?The mushy, bubbly stuff is fun to see up close.Super great macros of our garden snails here.Did you get a new lense?Jane
JaneThe small and obscure creaturesinterest me, even the froth on the leaf.I guess I inherited my passion for nature from my father.Just before Christmas I bought anew camera.For practical purposesI decided on a Nikon Coolpix 500,with a Nikon 36X optical Nikkor zoom lens.It's a step up from my Sony DSC-HIwith a 12X optical zoom lens, - although I still use it with reasonable results,I'm still very much a novice with regards to photography.Thank you for stopping by.
The year's at the springAnd day's at the morn;Morning's at seven;The hillside's dew-pearled;The lark's on the wing;The snail's on the thorn:God's in his heaven -All's right with the world.R Browning. Pipa Passes 1841
IanHow clever of you to find yet another relevant poem for my post.On reflection I don't think you are able to see the map,- only Ican see it,sorry.XX
The slime of snails has many properties, regenerates the skin.Excellent photo. kisses
Brown EyesYou continue to astonish me with your knowledge.Thank you for the information.I'm so glad you like this photo.Kisses right back to you.
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