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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Conversation!





Ooh! (crunch) Doesn't it feel good to start the day feeding
on the choicest part of this bloom?!

True! I could be here the whole day (slurp)! Eat at the pace we
are famous for! (giggle)










As I was saying the other day....


I guess you're right! Now if we could.....








Psst....she's here again with that whatchamacallit....

I know! I can sense her. Just go on pretending as if you
haven't noticed she's here. That makes her very happy.....

28 comments:

Mildred said...

Hi Kanak, What a fun post and great pictures with the whatyoumacallit!!!!! You manage to get the most amazing shots. I also love your new header photo.

The sun is out today in Georgia. We had to get out for the dr. yesterday but did not have any trouble. Many road and businesses were still closed (under water) though.

Enjoy your day.

Kanak Hagjer said...

Mildred, thanks! LOL! Got the idea for the post this morning as I snapped the snails:) Glad to know that the sun is out today! The header is part of my front yard.
Have a good day!

tina said...

Now that is a good laugh for me this morning! Timely too since I am not feeling so well. I'll be smiling all day.

ShySongbird said...

Such fun Kanak, very cleverly thought out! I particularly liked the last photo and I think your new header is lovely too.
:)

Shailaja said...

Your dramatisation is simply uproarious! The tête-à-tête seems real if you enlarge the picture of the dragonflies. I wonder how you stopped yourself from giggling when you were eavesdropping!

Rosey Pollen said...

I am chuckling, love the conversation bits.
About your question you asked on my blog: No, this is unusually early for snow. October 14 is typical first snow.
Thanks for stopping by.
Rosey

Kanak Hagjer said...

Tina....I hope you feel better soon! Glad it made you smile!!

Jan, thank you so much! Have a lovely day!

Shailaja...lol! I had to try very hard!!

Rosey, thanks for the answer. And for stopping by.

Linda Lunda said...

LOL! You are the best Kanak!
Linda

sweet bay said...

Great post! :) Those snail and dragonfly photos are amazing!

Susie said...

Cute post Kanak! Love the new look and the header picture.

Jessica said...

Love the slimy little snails and their conversation. Thanks for the smiles.

Urban Green said...

That's a great shot...!

Sunita said...

Oooh! You hear the greatest gossip when you're evesdropping! So what else is happening in insect-dom ... and snail-dom?
I loved that first photo!

HelenJ said...

Great photos as usual - and this time you even caught their conversation! =) You must have very good ears....
Lovely post today!
/Helen

lotusleaf said...

The conversation is entertaining.

Kanak Hagjer said...

Linda/Sweet Bay...thank you so much!

Susie, my yard is looking rather messy right now. The header picture was taken earlier this year. Thanks.


Jessica/Urban Green...thanks!!


Sunita/Helen/Padma...glad you found the conversation amusing:-)

birdy said...

Interesting captures of snails and dragonflies. However the damselflies are looking angry with each other.

Tyra in Vaxholm said...

Great stuff Kanak and funny too.
You are so clever with the camera.

Tyra

islandgal246 said...

Kanak I can hear my phone ringing and answering ...."1-800-SNAILS I will be right over"

Bangchik and Kakdah said...

Lovely conversation... We may say "this is my garden". They say the same for zillion of years.... ~bangchik

Sunita said...

Kanak, wonderful to see you were nominated for the Blotanical Awards! It couldn't happen to a nicer blogger.
Congratulations! And I wish you all the luck :)

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

LOL, what a fun post. They do look like they are chatting.

perennialgardener said...

Fun post Kanak. :) I hope you got those snails off that bloom before they demolished it.

Mary Delle said...

Great post to accompany your great photos. Kudos!

Karen - An Artist's Garden said...

What lovely "conversations" - but the top one is my favorite.

:)
K

Carol said...

Great Photos and Wit Kanak... All great but I love the dragonflies in your last shot. Happy Weekend! Carol

Sue said...

Oh, my, I can't believe I'm telling someone their photo of snails is fantastic! What a fun post!

Kanak Hagjer said...

Lol! Thank you all so much for stopping by. Loved reading your words!!

Sunita....thank you so much!:)