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Wow, those are pretty amazing shots! I had no idea their "skin" was so textured.
I had no idea their "skin" was so textured, either, Kathy!
yuck yuck yuck. worse than the tick pic I posted years ago. oooh.
They are pretty yucky, but in a beautiful way. :)
I love the two opposite reactions (Kathy and Nan). Amazing shots, Les!
Thanks, Nancy! I was hiking down a muddy path in a bit of drizzly rain, trying to get some photos of the huge rocks in the ocean, when I spotted this little guy. I'm quite pleased with how the photos turned out.
Oh! This is like the lovely snail eating slowly in the book you sent me this Winter. It gave me a whole new appreciation of snails, which can actually be friends of a sort.
I thought you'd like this photo, Bellezza! :) Yes, they are quite friendly little creatures, aren't they? I think Nan would disagree, however. ;)
Very cool shots Leslie
Thanks, Diane. I'm always pleased when I return from a vacation and find some unexpected gems on my camera.
Well that is quite the close up, huh?! I would have loved to discover this with Elle in our garden...though I broke her heart the other day when I wouldn't let her bring her newly discovered earthworms into the house. LOL! Great pictures Les.
Thanks, Trish. I'm rather pleased myself. I'll bet Elle would love a little snail like this one. :)
Thanks, Pam. I was glad it stopped rainy long enough for me to get some decent photos. :)
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