ID: Air breathing land snail
With the recent, unseasonal showers due to the cyclone, quite a lot of new life forms have started emerging in the garden area, especially due to the moist atmosphere that exists in the corners of the garden area. One such surprising find was this particular beauty, a small snail that seemed to be staying out of the general sight, but luckily for me could get a close shot of it, and one of the interesting bit of the beautiful specimen, apart from the jelly like structure, was those tiny eyes on the tip of the upper tentacle, or is it just the tentacle’s tips? Though managing the tip in frame was a pretty difficult task, due to the sheer size and also the fact that the snail wasn’t comfortable staying kaput to one place, and probably wanted to stay safe from the intruder, in my form.
Canon 100mm macro + Raynox
Handheld, external flash fired + LED light used for focus assist