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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #1
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Rainy day, slugs enjoying a slow Saturday. Several different slugs, different colored, don't know species.

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These guys are always interesting and not so easy to capture because they continually move! You did great at getting them!
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Great portraits of a troublesome garden creature Paul
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These are neat. I haven't seen too many shots of them either. Likely speaks to the difficulty in capturing them.
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These guys are always interesting and not so easy to capture because they continually move! You did great at getting them!
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Great portraits of a troublesome garden creature Paul
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These are neat. I haven't seen too many shots of them either. Likely speaks to the difficulty in capturing them.
Thanks! At least they can't fly away.


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