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November 23, 2012


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Che sorpresa.

Anch'io ho le piantine che mi crescono dalla pianta che e' fiorita in primavera.


Lovely focus on the parsley seed heads and water droplets! The tenacious little snail looks like he has a water droplet on his shell.

Simona Carini

Ciao Laura. A me il prezzemolo piace in tutti gli stadi della pianta.

Thanks, Lynne. Indeed, it looks like a droplet is forming there. Tenacious is the right adjective: it's amazing what these little critters can achieve.


LOL at the snail! :-D I like the flowers!

Simona Carini

I laughed too, when I first saw it: it was in such an improbable position!

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