Beautiful watercolor painting by Charlie O’Shields (doodlewash) .
“After a rain, it’s common here to see snails sliding around in shallow puddles as drops of water continue to fall from the trees. They seem to come out of nowhere, most likely washed into that location, but then moving so slowly that it’s nearly impossible to see any movement at all.” –Charlie O’Shields (doodlewash)
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In addition to this painting, Charlie has wide variety of other paintings including another great snail painting. 🙂
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