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39 comments:

  1. Lovely capture. Its shell looks so beautiful.

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  2. Wow - what a great picture!!! Thanks for linking up!

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  3. Wow, what an outstanding shot. It looks so magical and ethereal. Amazing!

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  4. Awesome shot! Love the snail ~thanks, namaste, Carol (A Creative Harbor) linked with Camera Critters

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  5. What lovely detail! A great shot.

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  6. Sweet shot. I've always loved the spiral of snail shells.

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  7. Beautiful. I have only seen empty shell, I have never seen a live one like this.

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  8. Beautiful shot! The details in the shell are wonderful.

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  9. Beautiful shot, im speechless. ou added beauty to this simple snail

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  10. Love the shot! It has great texture.

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  11. Lovely...

    Shashi
    ॐ नमः शिवाय
    Om Namah Shivaya
    At Twitter @VerseEveryDay
    http://shadowdancingwithmind.blogspot.com/2011/09/still-life-secessionist-movement-and-my.html

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  12. Great capture. Linking from SOOC.

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  13. nature...always leaves u speechles...just look at the design on the shell...I will leave my comment at that...

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  14. such a great macro!
    lovely colours, too.
    very nicely done:)

    visiting via CC.

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  15. Fantastic details in this shot.

    Happy MM

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  16. Lovely snail! We currently have baby snails and they were the subject of my macro photo this week! Love them!

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  17. the most beautiful snail pic I have ever seen, very artistic. !!

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  18. Good one.. You could have used greater depth of field to bring in the clarity and details of the shell...

    Love,
    Indie :)

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  19. Fabulous Macro shot. Love the details of the snail. What a beautiful shell.


    http://wishesdreamsandotherthings.blogspot.com/2011/10/macro-monday-and-31-days-of-reflection.html

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  20. It really looks to be 'popping' out at you - great shot!!

    http://blog.aussiepomm.info/2011/10/ww-no52-spring-has-sprung.html

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  21. lovely shell, great shot
    ...as long as I don't have to touch him..lol

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  22. Namaskara! Cheenagi deera? I love the awesome snail photo!
    Kind fellow Wordless Wednesday regards from EAGAN daily photo blog in Minnesota, USA

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  23. What a great shell this little guy (or gal) has. Great photo!

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  24. Well, Shiju, you make snails look so special. I most often like them on a plate, dripping with garlic and butter, especially since, when I've had flowers and gardens, they are the creatures that most often decimate them!

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  25. What a beautiful snail. Lovely muted colors in your photo.

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  26. An excellent shot - but, I must confess, I prefer my snails, escargot style, minus the shell, or stuffed in the shell, swimming in garlic and butter. I could easily put away a dozen! Care to join me?

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    1. How do you make sure the snail is dead? I don't want them to slowly crawl out once I eat them.

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  27. My dear, they are out of the shell & cooked!!! I wouldn't want to eat a slimy one, crawling down my throat, either!!!

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    1. Ha ha, they are good at playing dead.

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