Perhaps this "ungrounded" woman "believes" that snails are not as they are? Too large and not "air creatures". Let the snail be who it is, and maybe then life will be as it is meant to be. More discussion at: https://www.facebook.com/riwinermd/posts/10151596326202799?comment_id=212337397=0_comments=10
Best known for his victory in the Battle of Trafalgar (1805), where he also lost his life, Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson is England's perhaps most famous admiral. A superb strategist, but also tactician, Nelson fought many battles and won several decisive victories. Always in the line of fire alongside his men, Nelson lost an arm and one eye and was wounded numerous times. His legacy remains very much alive and influential.
Photomontages by Thomas Barbèy: this photo-montage is by Thomas Barbey, here he has but together a photograph of someone's open mouth and an arch way to a building. It links to the theme of inside, outside and in between because it is the inside of a mouth with a building that is typically found outside, inside of it.