Phoneography Challenge: Nature

I went out in the backyard one day after a fairly heavy rain and just happened to run into this little fella!  These were taken with my iPhone 5 and are unretouched.

Snail

Snail 2

Snail 3

For more Nature Phoneography entries, check out Lens and Pens by Sally!

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32 comments on “Phoneography Challenge: Nature

  1. What a discovery–a tiny snail to liven up your day. I really like the way the water from the rain gives the large leaves a glossy tint, and it helps to make the snail pop. Happy Phoneography Challenge.

  2. cindy knoke says:

    OOOOOH! You took pics of a snail! You have to read the post I just posted! I discussed doing this in it. I think he might be a baby snail? He is darn cute! Love it~

    • Thanks, Cindy! Funny thing is I just finished reading your post before coming here! Kismet! I have no idea what kind of snail he is. I thought he was kinda cute, too, but I wouldn’t pet him! LOL

  3. There are 2 snail post on this challenge. You win for most slimy pics 😉 Great captures you had to get real close it looks!

  4. Wow! Great shots Linda!

  5. Flora Poste says:

    Those are beautiful and with the leaves still wet it looks like the little fellow is sliding for fun!

  6. gpcox says:

    The snails in my yard look like they live in teenie conch shells. They even crawl up the wall of the house.

  7. I love the way the leaves look slimy, which fits with the snail (even though I know s/he didn’t slime them.)

    janet

    • Thank you for visiting and commenting. I tried to leave a comment on your site but for some reason it didn’t appear to post. I just wanted to say how much I like your photos and writings. I’m sorry your body is not healthy and I send prayers and best wishes to you.

  8. Beautiful Linda-especially the top image-the detail is incredible!

  9. Thanks! I never would have thought a camera phone would capture so much detail! 🙂

  10. Sonel says:

    I love these little garden critters Linda. Great shots hon! 😀 *hugs*

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