Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes

Wednesday’s Photos

Crossing the Chasm

We have not seen any rain in the past couple of weeks, making it the driest fall in our region. Of course, the blue sky and bright sunshiny days are most welcome, especially now, as the trees are showing off their autumnal dresses. Recently, I discovered a snail climbing up the vinyl siding of our house. I took it and placed it on a rock to observe its behaviour. The firs reaction as expected was that it withdrew into its shell. In the meantime, I found another rock that looks like a massive mountain when shot from a close distance. When the snail figured it safe to crawl out of its shell, it accepted the challenge like a courageous mountain climber to cross the canyon between the two rocks. Enjoy.

8 Replies to “Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes”

  1. It’s amazing that it could stretch across the gap: intrepid, indeed. I really like snailes. This one’s more colorful than those I commonly see, and very attractive. Your photos are great.

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