These don't move quite so fast as either Cyril or the rabbit; my kind of wildlife photography really.
One might say, a gastropod Brief Encounter;
two banded snails emerge,
approach one another in a roundabout way,
their eyes meet. Almost literally.
They part, and go their separate ways.
It seems the yellow, rose and brown ones are, as I often wondered, the same species, along with a number of other more stripy variations also available. They're hedging their bets in the camouflage stakes, which is perhaps why they like to hang out in these vari-coloured grass-like plants which offer different background options.
It's very easy for me to find displacement activities when I'm supposed to be weeding.