And you're holding it! I think you are very brave! :)xx
What a beautiful snail! I am so squeamish about touching insects, although I don't know what a snail is categorized as. I'm hoping my children will take a page out of daddy's book and not be afraid of critters!http://aisforakari.blogspot.com/2011/08/this-moment_19.html
Such a cute snail. Looks like someone has painted his shell. Isn't nature clever like that! Have a great weekend. Jacinta
It has a really cool shell, the ones we get here are just plain grey.
I love garden snails...I played with them so many times in my German grandfather's garden, and I miss seeing them I must be in the wrong climate for them--although we have no shortage of slugs, their less attractive cousins!)Nice photo
My son would go CRAZY about this snail! Amazing!
What a fabulous find! I love a mama who isn't afraid to get up close and personal with all things slimy and creepy ;) I'm sure it was an experience your little guy will remember for a long time to come!
lol.. brave you... thanks for your comment too.
So cool! Great shot of it, too.
So sweet! We had a visit with a dragon fly this week too (though it's not our moment today. You can see it in yesterdays post!)!Here's our moment this week:http://ouronesweetfamily.blogspot.com/2011/08/this-moment_19.htmlHave a great weekend!
What a discovery! Fun times! Our moment is:http://wishingforpineneedles.typepad.com/wishing_for_pine_needles/2011/08/this-moment-1.html
That is a neat snail. Why do they seem so much more appealing than slugs (which we find all the time...)our moment: http://greenishmonkeys.wordpress.com/2011/08/19/this-moment-4/
Visiting from soulemama and loving your blog. Especially the knitting projects. I also share a *crafty* blog with my sister. She is in the US and I am in Denmark. Here is our moment: http://sharedthreads.wordpress.com/2011/08/19/this-moment-26/
Thanks for stopping by my blog--no, I wasn't aware that you were in Germany until you said so! I was further south, in Munich (my Grandparents were in Schwabhausen). I lived there from 1972 to 1987...
kids and critters! gotta love it! the natural curiosity and adoration always inspires me! thanx for sharing!our moment features another kind of critter:http://www.durangomom.com/have a great weekend!
OH! Slugs freak me out. I am not a critter person. What a neat pic though!
Oh wow! Wish we could find such interesting guys around here~
Great moment. Nothing better than sharing discoveries with a child.http://jovanecatharticmusings.blogspot.com/2011/08/this-moment_18.html
Oh I love inquisitive little fingers like that! Great moment!!have a great weekend - thx for visiting my moment :-)xxxCate
Woa now that is an awesome photo!! Have a great weekend!
great finding :P
wow, great capture!
Oh how cool! I heart snails.Have you read ? http://www.amazon.com/End-Beginning-Being-Adventures-Smaller/dp/0152049681It is sooo good!!!Here is our moment:http://janeandthelion.blogspot.com/2011/08/this-moment_19.html#comments
Snails (and ants, ha, ha!) are not really my best friends. And yet: all of these creepy crawlies are beautiful and made by a great designer. It's a blessing to be able to introduce kids to all kinds of living creatures.
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