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Monday, 9 June 2014

Macro Monday

Shine the Divine
 



 
 
 
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25 comments:

  1. What a clever and gorgeous edit! Unless, of course, you have silver snails in your part of the world :)

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    1. Herding Cats9 June 2014 12:27

      Thank you. Sadly not, just regular snails

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  2. The snail shell looks like some intriguing, shiny, metallic art. Fascinating photo.

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  3. This is a cool shot, I like it!

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  4. On your photo the snail looks really pretty ! But what a plague in my yard ! They eat up everything !

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    1. Herding Cats9 June 2014 12:25

      I don't have any plants in my garden, so I guess they don't bother me as much as they could.

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  5. Pretty pattern on the shell.

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    1. Herding Cats9 June 2014 18:07

      It was a rather handsome snail

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  6. Such an elegant snail! Looks amazing in black and white.

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  7. I liked that you made this image monochrome. :)

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    1. Herding Cats10 June 2014 10:09

      Thank you, I thought it worked well.

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  8. I saw that beautiful snail in color somewhere recently, it is beautiful in black and white too. If I had snails like that I might have trouble smashing them. Mostly I just have ugly very destructive slugs, so no problem.

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    1. Herding Cats10 June 2014 10:11

      I just have lawn for a garden, so they don't bother me so much. I suppose if I had plants they were eating I would be less fond of them.

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  9. Magnificent composition, the design and tone make a perfect harmony!

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  10. Very nice shot of this little foe...

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