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Mike B in OKlahoma
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Post by Mike B in OKlahoma »


This captive Kanburian Pitviper is ready for anything! Still another shot from my first photo expedition with the 40D and my trusty old 180.
Mike Broderick
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Post by JoanYoung »

What a beautiful looking snake Mike....but deadly too!! I have only seen them in shades of brown.
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Post by LordV »

Wonderful looking snake and a lovely shot of it. I always like the colours and textures in reptile shots - probably because I do all my shooting in my garden and I don't have any reptiles in it (probably a good thing).
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Post by jmlphoto »

awesome shot and detail.
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Post by beetleman »

Excellent photo Mike. I also love the colors.
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Post by Erland R.N. »

wow, never seen a viper in those colours. Great capture, I always like "your" snakes.


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