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Black and Yellow Kill a Fellow  ( Tiger snake ) by Thow's Photography

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Black and Yellow Kill a Fellow ( Tiger snake ) by 

As is from the camera, Fuji finepix s8000fd (point shoot and prey)
This is of a Tasmanian Tiger snake Notechis scutatus
Date uploaded 05 07 2008
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Thanks to all faves and viewings
this is one of my favorite images



  • Stephen Thomas
    Stephen Thomasover 6 years ago

    Great shot of this scary snake.

  • Not to scary at two feet (60cm) in length. just hard to deal with at this size
    Thanks Stephen

    – Thow's Photography

  • PPV247
    PPV247over 6 years ago

    Great capture.

  • Thanks this one is always craby.

    – Thow's Photography

  • Steve Bullock
    Steve Bullockover 6 years ago

    Lovely mate.. Tigers rock..

  • Cheers mate

    – Thow's Photography

  • Rikki  Pool
    Rikki Poolover 6 years ago

    Nice pic of a beautiful animal. Love the POV and the DOF…

  • Thanks Steve, Thanks Rikki, Due to me being new to photography what is POV, DOF

    – Thow's Photography

  • Craig Hender
    Craig Henderover 6 years ago

    Fantastic capture Michael, fabulous detail.

  • Thanks Craig

    – Thow's Photography

  • phillip wise
    phillip wiseover 6 years ago

    awsome shot

  • Thanks Philip

    – Thow's Photography

  • SandraRos
    SandraRosover 6 years ago

    Congratulations on your feature of this wonderful photograph

  • Thanks for that it is a pleasure to have my work fetured.

    – Thow's Photography

  • melant1017
    melant1017over 6 years ago

    Great work, I love it :)

  • Thanks for that

    – Thow's Photography

  • Dayonda
    Dayondaover 6 years ago

    POV= Point of View: Is there a defined subject that you are showing us, and can we spot it and see it? (It can be as easy as, "So does this photo have a subject, and if so, what and where is it?)
    In your pic, it’s easy to see: The business-end of the snake is in front, in focus, (and in a rage),

    F= Depth of Field- do you have more or less in focus than exactly what you wanted in your direct POV in the still photo.
    Now, that’s how I understand it. I find people directly contradicting each other daily. And somebody will surely come along and correct me, but at least we’ll both know what their point of view is, won’t we?

  • Cheers

    – Thow's Photography

  • Dayonda
    Dayondaover 6 years ago

    You know, I keep coming around this this bad boy here. We have rattlesnakes in the US, and in Sandy Valley, Nevada, we had “Mojave greens”. (mohovehh). They’re agressive, smart, and, yes, their fresh skins are green in a rattle-snaky way. Pa shot one once and only stung his tail., That thing followed hima 1/8 of a mile till Pa could get on top of his pickup and shoot the thing square through. Most of us leave poisonous snakes alone, except when we’re drunk, or crazy. Pa was drunk at the time. Tell me, which were you?

  • Happy i love working with these

    – Thow's Photography

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