Oooh! I love these photos, especially the first photo. That sluggy snail creature is really good too! I don't usually see slugs up close, except when they crawl out of the grass on to pathways and then people step on them and squash them (true story).
With the nice weather here, I went hiking with local meetup groups and took close up shots of the critters and insects out and about. If you are local in the San Francisco Bay Area, the hikes included Mountain View's Shoreline Park, Morgan Hill's Uvas Canyon County Park, and the Palo Alto's Baylands.
Great post, I love the critters and the birds. The first shot is cute and the bird shots are awesome. Well done!
Good ones, Karen!There's a photo of the Vachemobile Espresso Expressat Facebook...we are getting close!
You are so close to them this time.
Beautiful captures. Wonderful macro of the snail.
Is that a Mayfly or Midge maybe on the mushroom? Really puts size into perspective. Beautiful closeups.
oh wow, these are great macros, Karen.
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We have had some nice weather of late, haven't we? A bit of lousy weather, too (yesterday and today). I love the pictures - I only saw a banana slug once or twice in all the time I lived in Santa Cruz and wandered in the surrounding areas. I also quite like the mushrooms and the little guy peeking out from the hole :)
Beautiful shots. Have a great WW!My WW.
Awesome shots. I am drawn to the slug(?) photo. :)
Really nice close ups!
Fantastic close-ups, you have a great eye for a photo.
How cute. All of them look smiling.
Gorgeous shots, love the banana slug.
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Thank you for all your comments. Seems like most people like the banana slug which are known to roam the area, but I only saw one that day. I am not sure what kind of insect is on the mushroom although it looks like has a big stinger in the back.
The snail is very special and slimy. Greetings,Filip
this is wonderful. i love the mushrooms and the snail.
Hikes are always great fun, and stumbling upon little creatures adds to the outdoors experience. The first picture especially is awesome.
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