I shot this image in Agumbe. We spotted this Green Vine Snake in the shrubs near the camp and after clicking macros of this really compliant subject to our heart's content, I decided to take a few images of it portraying its habitat. I pulled out my 7D which had the fisheye attached to it, put it on MF (The Tokina 10-17 AF is extremely slow) and slowly inched closer keeping an eye on the snake's behaviour to avoid breaching its comfort zone. I could move in to around 4 cm away from it and was happy with the frame with its head just popping out of the shadows. I focussed, fired away a few frames and backed off.
PS: This was one of my favourite images from the trip.
Canon EOS 7D, Tokina 10-17mm Fisheye @ 10mm
Full Frame image. Comments and Critiques welcome.