Saturday, September 21, 2013

My lazy model

Snail
The snail entered our house as an uninvited guest, without resisting I leaned a white sheet (with the help of dad) transferred her from the floor to my table to conduct photoshoot. I shot her from different angle and without hesitation or go hiding inside the shell; she copes well with the photo shoot, giving various poses exposing her glitter and glam even in low light.

My lazy model - Snail
I don't want to trouble her much, so finished shooting as soon possible and left outside to crawl back to her home. She wore a shell, designed spiral and color similar to her pinkish showy skin and black stripes on each side. 
Eyestalk search
Searching for something unknown using her eyestalk 

16 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

your title and runway narrative made me smile! :)

Pooja Mittal said...

A snail entered your house.. , i have never seen one..
Did it scare you..
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Sandhya said...

I see many snails in the area we walk everyday here, near our new house. Always wanted to bend down and watch them. Thank you, Jeevan. Very nice pictures!

Indrani said...

It is cute and now it is famous to have appeared on your blog. :)

Destination Infinity said...

A model covered with a shell! Did it smile? :)

Destination Infinity

ashok said...

fascinating creature!

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Rajesh said...

Wonderful shots of great clarity.

Rahul Bhatia said...

So you could witness the pace of snail:)

Renu said...

when I stayed in Warora I used to find them everywhere, but I find them.icky.sliming creatures..no liking for them..

Pattu Raj said...

Oh.. so cute. We too are having plenty of them in the compound this year. Invasions??

Aditi said...

Great captures Jeevan. Great that it didn't shy away from you! Just stumbled upon your blog and it's really refreshing!

Ramakrishnan Ramanathan said...

Great set of pictures.

I Am Woody said...

Even the smallest of things have great beauty, if we only slow down enough to see it. :)

Simran said...

Awesome clicks dear :D

Twilight Man said...

What a handsome looking snail. What is his name? LOL

My gardens used to have plenty of them when i was small kid but my dad killed them all. How sinful.

Srinivas said...

Naughty, naughty title! :D I am not especially fond of snails, but you have proved that when a subject is seen as worthy of art, the value of the subject is multiplied manifold. Good job!