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Could be a horror, Source Different.
Story: When I was 13, I left home for the first time in my life, to go spend 2 weeks of my summer vacation with a friend and her family. They were great people and I have a lot of fond memories from that summer. Mr Russel wanted to teach me how to fish - more correctly how to put a worm on a hook. Long story short - I became ill, and lost my lunch, and never used a worm for fishing purposes. When I see them in the spring, floundering in the road (why do they leave the earth and travel??) I always pick them up and put them in the soil - a new home perhaps
Right back down to earth Source, and falling between the cracks too.
It's a long way down.
Great observation, stunning photography
Something many would just ignore, such a very important little creature, with a shorty of it's own.
I always save worms if I see them out of their natural habitat, and even dislike forking over the ground in case I chop one in half. Silly really. You remind us of the essence.
Lost count of the number of worms I've 'rescued' either from roads or drowning etc. Great image. The natural world you can't beat it. Love the glistening surface and rock texture. paul
Im still waiting... for the worms
This is different, really works well in b&w too, very unusual subject matter & cool title. Reading the above comments it's nice to see I'm not the only one who can't walk past a worm crossing the road without giving them a helping hand
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