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Sunday, 1 June 2014

Silent Sunday

 
 
 

34 comments:

  1. Awww! How precious! I love how you captured this moment.

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  2. Oh wow, that's an amazing shot! Looks brilliant in B&W too.

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  3. So cool! Love the little snail :)

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    1. Thank you. Looks can be deceptive, I had to rescue him shortly after, she has a fascination with their eye stalks.

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  5. Gorgeous shot. Your last response about having the rescue the snail shortly after made me laugh. #SilentSunday

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    1. Thank you. Yes, they may go blind from eye stalk poke-age if I don't step in.

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  6. What a fantastic shot, absolutely amazing timing too.

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  7. What a fantastic picture! :)

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  8. That is one stunning shot. I wish I had your talent. Mel #SilentSunday

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    1. Thank you. It's not talent, it's taking 20 million shots in the hopes one will turn out okay :)

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  9. Beautiful moment. No darling, a snail cannot be a pet...

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    1. Thank you. They're all pets, that live free in the garden.

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  10. Such a great moment to capture and lovely in B & W.

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  11. What an amazing shot! It looks almost like the snail is leaning into the stroke the way a cat would!! #SilentSunday

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    1. Thank you. It only took about 40 shots to get the picture :)

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  12. Oh wow, this is such an amazing photo, love it :)

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  13. what a stunning shot, wonder what they are both thinking about each other?

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    1. Herding Cats15 June 2014 09:41

      Thank you. Interesting thought.

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