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Love on the edge

On the way back from taking the girls to the bus stop, my son and I discovered two lovely snails.

It was like they were having a secret conversation about whether or not to go on together. Their love was on the edge.  In the end, they decided to continue with the affair.

It was so romantic!

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  • Gigi September 19, 2008, 12:29 pm

    …and then you ate them!

    Well, that’s what they’d do here :-)

  • Caffienated Cowgirl September 19, 2008, 3:28 pm

    Oh my lord…I am in love with these photos! How funny…and how lucky of you to capture the moment :)

  • expatraveler September 19, 2008, 7:26 pm

    How cool! Now I keep wondering, how do you get these angled shots? Holding the camera down low on the ground?

    Too cute.

  • Susie Vereker September 19, 2008, 7:54 pm

    Lovely snails. How clever and imaginative you are!

  • Evolving September 20, 2008, 10:16 am

    Ahhh, young snails in love. How Romeo and Juliet of them. “Should we jump?” “No honey, we’re glued to this wall, we can’t jump.” “Oh. I love it when you’re logical. Kiss me!”

  • La Belette Rouge September 20, 2008, 5:13 pm

    The photos are so beautiful. I am so believing these snails are in love and not just escargots mindlessly looking for a steaming saute pan with butter and garlic. ;-)

  • Pumpkin September 20, 2008, 8:30 pm

    I have never eaten a snail and I don’t think I could bring myself to do it!

    Caffienated Cowgirl,
    It was too cute how the snails were. I was lucky I had my camera.

    I put the camera on the ground so there is no chance it will move and then I push the button. Some of the shots above are kinda blury because I had to hold the camera with my arm laid across a ledge. I was a little worried someone who knows me seeing me taking a photo of snails since it was on a busy road so I was trying to hurry too.

    Thank you. That is sweet to say.

    I love your snail conversation better than mine! :)

    La Belette Rouge,
    I think they were looking for something to munch on rather than someone to munch on them…that I am sure of. ;)

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