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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Thursday, 17 March 2011

Adder (snake) in the Forest of Dean

For all those that have Ophidiophobia, this is just for you.




16 comments:

  1. What a beauty! Love those intense rust-colored eyes! :)

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  2. It means that it's for me -ta:)
    Thats why I love Ireland - there're not them!
    Happy St.Patrick's, by the way:):):)

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  3. Lieber Bob,
    ich mag Schlangen - aber nur aus der Distanz. Anfassen würde ich sie niemals.
    Tolle Bilder.
    Liebe Grüße
    Irmi

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  4. Great shots Bob. I would have given it a wide berth. Not keen on Snakes, Worms or Slugs.

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  5. Quite a coincidence Bob! I was out looking in what I thought was a likely place for Adders this afternoon but with no luck.

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  6. You got real close to him, that takes lots of courage.
    Great photos.
    All the best :)
    Brad

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  7. Oh My...I had no idea that you had such creatures near by. While quite beautiful, also dangerous, and these look like you got fairly close...wow... Intense eyes, you be careful.
    Curious were you birding when you got this, or did you set out to photograph them...

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  8. wow, I love this - amazing eyes !
    these image are stunning !
    have a nice weekend Bob

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  9. Grand shots Bob. I just don't associate your forests with snakes. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  10. Wow, pretty sure I'm one of those people.

    That is a really beautiful snake through your lens.

    Have a great weekend!

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  11. Nice shots Bob, I know they are not easy to find.

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  12. Hi! Bob

    Wow! Did you find a snake on the way!

    Beautiful photo!

    Hug,
    Lu

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  13. I don't think I have ophiophobia. I don't think there's anything abnormal about my fear of snakes. I think I have a fearful respect that comes from a survival instinct - grew up sharing my environment with two deadly species.

    Seen like this in a photo I can admire their beauty and admire the steady nerves of anyone who captures their image.

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  14. Hi Bob,
    great shots, but I don't like snake, brrrrrrrr!!!
    All the best
    Crissi

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