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Green tree python (Morelia viridis)

Nikon P90
Views per 22.07.2011 – 509

Challenge Winner in the Focus And Lighting group challenge ‘Tight Close Ups’ May 2010

Featured in:

-4 Winners Only. March 2011
- Photography Challenge Group. December 2010
- Depth Of Field. June 2010
- Colour me a Rainbow. June 2010
- World Wildlife Photography Group March 2010
- Eye Macro. Dec. 2009
- Point and Shooters. Dec. 2009

Comments

  • swaby
    swabyalmost 5 years ago

    No one can make a snake look beautiful like you can!

    Awesome shot!

  • Hi swaby, the snake was beautiful before I took his pic. Thanks very much for the compliment.

    – mamba

  • Munggo
    Munggoalmost 5 years ago

    Wow, unfriendly looking fella, good shot.

  • Thanks again Munggo, he’s not as bad tempered as he looks.

    – mamba

  • Antanas
    Antanasalmost 5 years ago

    great capture

  • Thanks very much Antanas.

    – mamba

  • Vicki Pelham
    Vicki Pelhamalmost 5 years ago

    Wonderful capture!

  • Many thanks Vicki.

    – mamba

  • orchidrain
    orchidrainalmost 5 years ago

    GORGEOUS! and he knows it :p

  • Yes he does, infact, he was looking down on me.

    – mamba

  • Josie Jackson
    Josie Jacksonalmost 5 years ago

    Wow, this is awesome, what a fantastic photo, love the lighting and colour and the angle is just great, well done

  • Thanks very much indeed Josie.

    – mamba

  • alex wynnter
    alex wynnteralmost 5 years ago

    stunning shot

  • Thanks once again RockTartzXD

    – mamba

  • PorcelainPoet
    PorcelainPoetalmost 5 years ago

    Your work has been featured in Eye Macros :)

  • Jen Millard
    Jen Millardalmost 5 years ago

    Congrats on being Featured in the Point and Shooters Group!

  • Many thanks indeed for the feature Jen.

    – mamba

  • silvercircles
    silvercirclesalmost 5 years ago

    Wow! Your perspective here really draws attention to his golden eye.

  • Thanks very much silvercircles for your comment. He never let me out of sight, I don’t think he trusted the lens or perhaps he saw his own reflection in it.

    – mamba

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