Two heads are better than one....

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Mike B in OKlahoma
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Two heads are better than one....

Post by Mike B in OKlahoma »


Two rhinocerous vipers, just the heads and some odd coils visible here. A small bit of substrate in the lower right corner keeps this shot from being "all snake, all the time"!

90mm lens
1/250th second @ f/14
ISO 160
captive subjects.
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Post by salden »

I had to look close. It looks like a mutant snake :lol:
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Post by beetleman »

A little color variation in the two also. Look at those eyes on the lower one...very cool.
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Post by Sven Bernert »

salden wrote:I had to look close.
Yep, me too. This image really takes the viewers attention :smt023

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