Hot enough for a safari, wow! 4 rolls and a disposable camera. Santa Cleopatra!You were loaded for hippopotamus--and what did you shoot? Snails in a row? (I'm Joking!)
Seriously, my sense of perception must be seriously degraded, because I can't imagine what object the row of snails are clinging to. They make my mouth water thinking how nice they'd taste as "Lumache marinara" Did your mother make any dishes with snails?
What I seem to see, but only imagine, is an outline of a trout facing NNW in the third image. Perhaps, it's wishful thinking in anticipation to meet my fishing buddy at Framingham's Farm Pond today at 10AM Jerry says the chain pickerel are biting. BTW, ain't no trout in Farm Pond
Another great photo shoot, Phil. Thanks!
Thanks, Les, but the photo safari came a few days after these were shot, and it was a much nicer day, temperature wise. The snails are on one of the rock ledges that make up the stream bed. All the strata here is tilted and folded, so they make for little bridges to cross the stream at low flow. And Mom didn't care for snails, so we never had any. If there are any trout in this stream, they are in the larger pools above and below this part. It hasn't been stocked in ages.