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Old 04-18-2010, 02:17 AM
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These are my favorite reptiles to photograph. Feel free to share your own snake shots.

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Old 04-18-2010, 02:45 AM
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Here are the IDs:

1 green tree python
2 green tree python hatching
3 Colombian red tail boa
4 green tree python baby
5 gtp on eggs
6 Borneo python on eggs
7 gtp hatching
8 Dominican republic vine snake
9 hogg island boa
10 emerald tree boa
11 anery Peruvian long tail boa
12 amazon tree boa
13 Borneo python
14 gtp protecting eggs
15 emerald tree boa eating
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Old 04-18-2010, 03:54 AM
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Amazing pics! Thanks for posting.
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I generally like snakes, but that shot of the Borneo python is terrifying!

Awesome pics!
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Very nice! I Love amazon tree boas, gtp, and emerald tree boas. When/if I own a house I will have a room big enough for all the snakes I want. Although It will have to be one hell of a big room lol. I have some pics somewhere. I will have to find them now

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Old 04-18-2010, 05:38 AM
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#2 Rocks~ Great photo's I'll try & dig up my snake pic cd
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I'd LOVE to use the Borneo as a wallpaper... You have it in a larger size?
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Amazing pics! Thanks for posting.
Thanks Frogface, my pleasure.

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I generally like snakes, but that shot of the Borneo python is terrifying!

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I wanted an in your face detailed shot of a pythons heat sensing pits. Bam! I guess I got it

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Very nice! I Love amazon tree boas, gtp, and emerald tree boas. When/if I own a house I will have a room big enough for all the snakes I want. Although It will have to be one hell of a big room lol. I have some pics somewhere. I will have to find them now
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#2 Rocks~ Great photo's I'll try & dig up my snake pic cd
Thanks.#2 is a favorite of mine as well. Hatching out a clutch of gtps is awesome enough, but being able to catch one as it emerged is very lucky (for me at least).

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4 and 10 are out of this world....

Stunning snakes, and just as good pictures.

Cheers for sharing mate.

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10 vand 13 are my favorites
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the only condro I have at the time they are for sure, with out a doubt my favorite snake. she is an early july hatch of 05. Had her since she was about 7 weeks old. this pic was taken about 2 months ago. Biak type and very shy for the locality type. she is even brighter yellow than in the pic.
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Thanks Rich and tangeckos.

Nice photo of a beautiful snake Eric. I have a 12 year old male that I raised up from a hatchling as well. They are fun to keep.
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Stunning shots of some amazing snakes! Thanks for posting
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Old 04-19-2010, 05:28 PM
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Great hatching shots!!!
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I used to have many GTPs, but now I'm down to just one. This is Chronos a cb Kofiau island locality produced by Rico Walder

The sire was a true yellow Kofiau locality as was the dam; unfortunately, she just recently passed away.

This guy is developing into a big male. 20 months old and just shy of 300 grams, im guessing he is about 4-5' long, and still bright yellow. I'm expecting the lavendar markings to turn white and hopefully not too many more green scales :P.

Will be looking for a female in the near future to pair him off with. Dog tame during the day, but watch out come lights out!

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Old 04-21-2010, 04:59 AM
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Thank you Alfred and Julio.
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One more:
Emerald tree boa (northern locale)
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nice shots, how old is that ratler?
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he was young when i had him. Cought him up in big bear Ca. Had him for about 6 months then gave him to a friend. great eater. Awesome snakes. Love hotts, just dont think ill mess with them again . Wouldnt mind some helodermas though
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Old 05-06-2010, 08:48 PM
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Nice feeding pics. Very up close and personal
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WOW!!!! Awesome pics of your snakes and the hatchlings are amazing looking!!!
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Old 05-09-2010, 10:03 PM
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Thanks.
Let me know when you guys get tired of these.

Emmy male:
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Something different:

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that is a very cool shot, you are blocking lincoln on his throne though.
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Old 05-20-2010, 10:17 PM
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He insisted on holding the tooth.
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Couple shots of my Butter Motley corn snake
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Old 09-15-2010, 03:18 PM
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A recent acquisition. I need to photograph my frogs more often, lol.

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Kofiau Island (Canary Chondro) Green tree python, Morelia viridis by Mguzman, on Flickr
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Nice really like number 2 .
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Thank you.
Here are two more green tree pythons and a close up of an emerald tree boas scales.


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Wow, this really makes me appreciate the beauty of snakes.
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I'm glad to hear that Mitch.

In case anyone is interested, all of the images were taken using a Nikon D70, a nikon SB-600 flash, and a Nikon 18-200 mm VR lens or a 105 mm micro lens.
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the Chondro on a black background looks amazing!!
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New images:

2010 Peru long tail boa (Boa c. longicauda)
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2011 Hatching Green Tree Python (Morelia viridis)
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Those photos are amazing.
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Here are a few of my local favorites

few month old western hognose:
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playing dead!
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mama hognose
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july of 05 hatch. female
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Thought I shouuld share my baby Grace

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here are some i took, not quite as good as those previous ones.

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