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Escargot on Rolls

Posted by
Viewfinder (Bradenton, FL, United States) on 27 July 2011 in Art & Design and Portfolio.

A ceramic snail sculpture rides on a Rolls and dreams of better things - at the Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, FL.

Canon PowerShot A2000 IS 1/40 second F/4.5 ISO 640 22 mm

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States


27 Jul 2011 6:27am

ORBIT from Kerman, Iran

CuUute... :D

27 Jul 2011 6:42am

l'Angevine from Angers Maine-et-Loire, France

je viens de voir un escargot derrière une fenêtre emprisonnée par des barrières chez un autre membre d'aminus3 et là je vois un qui s'est vraiment évadé luxueusement!!!
passe d'agréables moments et à bientôt

27 Jul 2011 8:20am

tyan from Singapore, Singapore

Love this,its a classic! and I thought the snail was real.I like the symmetry the reflection creates.the snail sure has expensive taste:)

27 Jul 2011 8:54am

janina from Melbourne, Australia

Sweet! love the reflection. Now, I must ask -- how did it get there!!! LOL! ^_^

27 Jul 2011 9:31am

Eric Cousineau from Sherwood Park, Canada

Well seen and captured Glenn! ;-))

27 Jul 2011 12:22pm

MARIANA from Waterloo, Canada

Wonderful ! This reflection and all setup is fabulous !

27 Jul 2011 12:29pm

Judy aka L@dybug from Brooksville, FL, United States

Funny that the R-R hasn't been dusted in a day or two ... close shots find the dust in my house too! ;D
How did you enjoy the museum?

27 Jul 2011 12:36pm

@Judy aka L@dybug: A fun place. What surprised me most about this photo is that I used my small point & shoot Canon because the museum people are really strict about not having cameras inside the museum proper. It came out far clearer and better than I expected. The RR and snail(s) are out in the lobby near the museum store, so it was ok to shoot away. But Sammy and my Nikon were too big and conspicuous to carry around inside.

Photographs by M.E. from San Francisco, United States

nice - clear, crisp and that's just the reflection!!! bravo to you!

27 Jul 2011 2:01pm

Tede from Aubenas 07, France

Which of the two will most quickly :)) too funny this shot, superb capture !!!!! Good day.

27 Jul 2011 5:25pm

@Tede: Thanks!!

Gary from Cochise County, United States

No wonder they are so expensive in French restaurants. Look at the transportation costs.

27 Jul 2011 6:45pm

@Gary: Hilarious! And probably true. These things would never be seen dead riding in a Ford.

Barbara from Florida, United States

Haha! I don't worry about the price, I wouldn't eat one. But they are great to photograph and a perfect hood ornament. Fun shot. I captured the same if not very similar not long ago. I'm happy to know you made it to the Dali. Perhaps a small point and shoot in the shape of an escargot would make it all the way into the museum. Nice clarity.

27 Jul 2011 7:27pm

@Barbara: I actually have eaten escargot... once. I would again if prepared well - lots of garlic and butter or olive oil. Sort of like calamari or alligator tail - texture plus technique/ingredients = delicious. When are you going to start posting pics again?

Denny Jump Photo from Easton, PA, United States

Oh I LOVE this Glenn ;-) This is wonderful and very clever ;-)

28 Jul 2011 12:46am

Jason Politte from Conway, AR, United States

I thought that was real when I first saw it. Wonderfully creative shot and title!

28 Jul 2011 1:28am

Georgie from Sherwood Park, Canada

Really, how odd..... awesome clarity!

28 Jul 2011 1:35am

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

What an amazing relationship for art . . but being different is what it takes, of course !

28 Jul 2011 9:58am

foto forte from Phoenix, United States

Oh I like this, with the reflection....it's funny and wonderfully artistic! Great job, Glenn.

29 Jul 2011 2:12pm

Albert from Hamburg, Germany

I like these snail photos on the shining car. I'm still not sure if the snails are real or not :)

30 Jul 2011 1:52pm

@Albert: Lol. The only way you'll know for sure is to visit this Dali Museum in St. Pete.

Sandy Weston from Madison, Maine, United States

Awesome! Close up and personal!! :)

2 Aug 2011 1:07am

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Canon PowerShot A2000 IS
1/40 second
ISO 640
22 mm