Tales of a 40something discovering her creative side while living in the Maghreb
I don't think I've ever seen that many snails in one place...incredible! That Turgenev quote made me stop and think...this is very true!!!
Wow! I thought we had a lot of snails! Love the photo and the poem is perfect. Thanks for sharing and reminding me to slow down! XOXO
Goodness, I never knew they grew on trees!! :-))
I find that picture both gross and alluring at the same time!
This is great. I love the swirly shells. What a super photo! :)
Another fabulous photo - and how nice to see sunshine:its been hideous here today!
how true! and i love the picture with the snails : )
Hello AnnabellaHere I am in your beautiful blog - thank you for coming by mine as I may not have ever have "met" you.I love your quote to go with the fabulous photo - I need to mantra that a few times on some of "those" days.have a great dayxLoulou(Ps - I hope we 'see' each other again soon)
Wow, what a lot of snails, never seen so many in the one place. Great shot.
What an amazing picture, Annabelle. The poem is also wonderful. Thank you for all your encouraging comments.
Wow! Once I get over being creeped out by having so many around, I see how COOL it looks!!
what a fantastic capture! there's something beautiful about the way they are all composed on the tree... i love the quote too!
well, what Loulou wrote. this is most unusual and that's probably why I like it so much. they cling to the bark of the tree, and then I must question - why? is it food? their shells are a fine example of the beauty that is gifted to us by nature, each and every day if we look and see. you did! happy Friday/Saturday to you Annabella. I must also say that each and every time you visit my blog, I consider it an honor.
THis is an interesting photo! I wonder how long it took all those snails to climb up into the tree!
How unusual is that?? Love it!
This is SO cool!! Never seen anything like this!
All I can say is, WOW!
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