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Great pictures Tris. The snail is doing a brilliant Tantalis impression.
Made me see snails in a whole new light Jim!
That snail pic is the best this week and is crying out for a caption.What I would shell out for a bite.
Boom Boom CH.I thought about doing a caption competition, but then they'd all be good and I'd be embarrassed about picking a winner... and Munguin would have to find prize money... so that's a big no!
Lovely. A Sunday treat.
Glad you liked them....
Another series of great photo's once again Tris.
Thanks for your contribution Gerry. Hope you are feeling well again.
Good Morning Munguin and Tris, lovely photo's as usual, so refreshing. Just watched a video of an Indian Street Dog being treated for Mange http://www.msn.com/en-ca/video/animals/amazing-transformation-of-rescued-street-dog/vi-AAd1qVB, maybe others might like to see this.
Hi there Helena. Thanks for the video. Will watch it when I get home.:)Munguin was just saying that if the standard of food at Munguin Towers doesn't improve, he may end up suffering the same thing. The chef (Tris) may have to go!
Och Tris Hektor is much the same ,the chef is too slow, not enough on the plate, where are the extras and why oh why is that worktop so high. I do not know why we do not seek other employers. Speaking to my friend this afternoon regarding our respective boys and in her case girls, doesn't matter how or where they live, never satisfied with the staff, in Hektor's case too much of this Prince of China carry on.
What can you do....?"Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them." And some are not.
That's a lovely snail, thanks Tris.
Pleasure... He may be this week's favourite...
The Zen comment should be tattooed into a certain person I know. Let's say that they are overly focused when there is no need to be, considering they are not a director and nor do they have any financial stake in the company. Nice pics, help me chill out a bit before diving back into the hell of the week!
Glad to be of service... Bonne semaine et bon courage!!!
I love the whole damn lot of them, thanks
That pic of the fellow jumping in the air...Looks like Coire Fhionn Lochna on Arran. I walked up there recently and nearly died. I wish I could say it was a bear attack or I had to save a child from being eaten by wolves...It was really just because I was so out of puff.
I thought it was you in the photograph! And I'm sure that you would fight bears or save children, if the need ever arose, just not right after you'd done any climbing!!!It's actually in Greenland. Always interesting to see parts of that vast country that don't measure up to the stereotype ... white barren waste. There are huge parts of it that are incredibly beautiful green countryside.