Bend It Like Ahatulla

adjust your monitor brightness and contrast to see all gray scale levels for better view   [Ahatulla / Assgulla / Ahatulla Nasuta]

13 comments:

Fantastic shot! How far were you from the snake while taking the picture?

This is a pro job, man!

Aww, she knows how to flaunt her curves...lol

Great shot and thanks for risking your eyes to share this pic with us :D

Frieda said...

That picture is stunning, I am in complete awe. Congratulations!

hey,where did u take this pic?fantastic job!am scared of snakes!!

SACHIRA said...

This either show your patience to wait for the right moment, or you are a real lucky person :) simply marvelous!

Anjana said...

Thanks all for your wonderful comments.

@k;
Hmm about 4-5 feet’s away from it. He/she is a very small fellow; not even 3 feet’s from length I guess.

@paresh;
Really ! you think so bro? thanks :D

@silent;
Yeah! She sure does! like most of them … :P

No risk at all cos my left eye was closed all the time and on my right I had my cam for protection .. lol

I think they got this name just bcos the look of their eyes; not just bcos they attack your eyes … =D

@frieda;
I’m glad that you like it.

@md;
I took this at Sinharaja rainforest. I’m back with that series after a short break by visiting my home garden :D

Hehe don’t be! they are harmless :D

@sachira;
Actually our guide spotted it at first place. Without him I think none of us will get to spot this tiny fellow : D.

I saw others snapping out something like crazy from a distance and once I reached to it he gave me few mins to take few shot and got disappeared in to the wild. In that case I guess I was lucky alright … =D

Me-shak said...

These are those pictures that makes you go "Machan!" Lovely picture. Like the action and the shades of green. looking forward for more.

Cheers!

lovely shot. i love the brightness!

Anjana said...

@me-shak;
Thanks a lot for your comment bro.

@bliss;
Thanks for your comment. Glad that you liked it!

Jeevan said...

Wow! awesome capture man

Harumi said...

It sure knows how to pose.. =D This is indeed risky but makes the pic all the more worthy.

Anjana said...

@Jeevan,
Thanks for your comment and for visiting my blog

@Harumi,
Thanks. It's not risky at all. What we hear from our grandparents are nothing other than some fabricated stories :D