Lovely! Great picture.
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I love the reflection and your title made me laugh!☼ Sunny
Perfect snail reflection - and your title made me laugh as well!
Well, you have us all laughing this morning, James! And I love Sir Escargot! What a terrific shot! Since 1832? Wow, that is a LOT of escargot! Have a great weekend!Sylvia
Good one James. I do like the sepia tones -- perfect for the image.
Do you and Vicki love l'escargot? :)I can take the right courage to try, at least...by now! LOLWonderful reflection shot, that snail is cute! Happy weekend,hugsLéia
Great photo James.yummy!
I like the snail! What a cute reflection too...
Snails coming through the window. Wonderful shot.
You've a good eye and a lovely sepia photo too - very appropriate for the vintage shop you were photographing.Rosie Centre of Interesthttp://centreofinterest.blogspot.com/2010/07/river-tay-perth-photography-still.html
Not something I've tried, and I don't see me hurrying to get them yet.
They maybe slow.. but they are delicious.Great photograph James.Have a great weekend.Costas
Not a snail person... at all!! Really feel like having a Paris week end though;))
Two escargot for the price of one :) Love it my friend. Something you don't see everyday. I hope you are well. You have been unusually quiet but I know that there is life outside of blogging. :) Have a great weekend :)
Well caught. You know what, the only thing I like in snails is the garlic butter!
guess only possible, in such a beautiful city.
I like escargot and I did have some in Paris. But the very tastiest was at a restaurant in Las Vegas.
Lots of escargot indeed! Almost two centuries worth! We call them kuhol and I still can't eat 'em. ;) Love the snail and the details of the metal awning.
i wonder why snail..
Your snail and reflection reminds me how I once over-dosed on escargot and snails... but I forgive you. Nice shot!
The snail is pretty cool. I like the universal pizza sign underneath.
Oh, YES! Do take another shot, James. This is one very cool snail!
Not often we see a snail in a window;-) Very nice...Peace
... And there are many smaller snails around the sign! Lovely!
A fantastic shot of a charming and beguiling restaurant!
«Louis» missed this place, though he knew of it, when he lived in Paris. Interesting contrast between the old sign of L'Escargot and the Pizza sign in the right background.