Well at least you had a spot of sun...we've had gloomy dark clouds and mizzly rain all day. yuck!Beautiful shadow shot.
I have never seen snails like this. Unbelievable. The shot of the cherry is so sweet with its muted coloration. Lovely capture. Genie
Hold onto your hats today... it's going to be HOT. Here we're promised temperatures of 38 C!!!
I can already feel the heat Cro. Gonna dazzle the neighbours with my white belly soon. What a treat?!I'll bet Cro's mouth was watering at the sight of all those snails Molly.
Hi Molly - I hope those snails aren't heading for your tunnels! x
With your post title....I'm thinking of a song with the lyrics 'come rain or come shine'....wow, wish WE could get those rains here!! But, keep the snails.It was nice to visit with you today....If you'd care to drop by and say hi, I'm leaving my Sunday's Link for you---HEREHave a glorious week ahead.
Looks cool shots...happy SSS!Mine is here
mbj -the sun has been out in force again today,so I'm sending you an armful of sunshine Genie - it was late evening when I took the snails pic. The different colours were amazing!Cro - its been hot, hot, hot here today as well - not quite up to 38 but pretty roastingChris - you make me laugh. Thank you for brightening my day!Jane - they'd all disappeared by this morning - 2 guesses where they were headingAnni and Gen - thank you - nipping over now!
Pretty shadow. We have the snails too. Haven't seen quite that many any one spot!
The snail picture is really cool. I love all the different colors in it!
oh I've never had snails climb my windows! I sure do like your photos or them. I love the shadow of the cherry on your lawn. it's DELIGHTFUL Molly! happy SSS, and I hope you have a really fun week.
Wow your snails are organising games, they'll be having their own little Olympics!
Great picture of the snails, but oh, what they can do to your garden. I hate those little creatures. Even though they have their place in the ecological balance of things, I cringe when I see them in my flowers.
the Open Garden weekend here started drizzly on Sat, became cloudy and humid; then Sunday became hot and hotter, not very nice at all. I kept well in the shade.I'm glad it'll be cool again this week.
Ahh, we could use the rain. I love your shadow picture and the snails are so cute inching their way across your window...I bet your plants don't think they are so cute though!Kat :)
Your snails are hardly big enough to compare with edible snails, that used to be found on the Mendip Hills near Glastonbury, plus it is the wrong time of the year to harvest them :)Weather in this part of Ireland warm with just half an hours rain to freshen things up!
Loving your comments - thanks all.Amy - I couldn't get over all the different colours - they were amazing (but that's me!)Heron 'fraid it's the snails that do all the munching here :0)
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Thanks Heron - I've just been into the site - looks interesting though I do not fancy actually boiling a snail - I couldn't do that - but the Helix Tosta pills look good!
My daughter was in a film last year where she had to be a little girl who played with large snails and I have some amazing shots of her with these snails on her arm. Ew I say, but i was pleased she didn't mind doing what the director said!!
lovely to catch up with your scribblingsx