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Snails Photograph - A Slow Snail by Jeff Swan

A Slow Snail is a photograph by Jeff Swan which was uploaded on November 25th, 2012.

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Congratulations on being featured in the Fine Art America Group "Images That Excite You!"

Thanks Mary I almost stepped on him lol

Great eye to have seen and captured this little guy. The contrast in textures and the lighting is wonderful. vf

Thanks Carolyn

Thanks Patricia and Anne and Rosalie

Wonderful find and capture Jeff. voted

Jeff, Intriguing photo of this snail. It is an interesting capture. (Love your site, by the way..) Smiels to you. F/V

Brilliant colors. Wow! Just gorgeous. v/f

Jeff, outstanding image...great find...

Jeff Swan replied:

Thanks David you can find these guys .in the Columbia Gorge close to Camas Wa for some reason they like West facing slopes probably because less sun and more wet

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