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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Sunday, 9 October 2011

Adder (Snake) (Forest of Dean)

Oldies but goldies.



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36 comments:

  1. Great photo of the snake. But I don`t like them so much. Have a nice day to you.

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  2. I am NOT a snake person but these truly are wonderful captures.

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  3. It's a beautiful animal, but I don't like them!pooh
    Regards Crissi

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  4. Great pictures Bob
    but i don't like snakes to.

    Greetings, Joop

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  5. Great pictures Bob
    but i don't like snakes to.

    Greetings, Joop

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  6. Amazing photos of the snake.

    Greetings

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  7. Hi Bob!
    stunning pictures but a bit scary...
    well done
    Greetings from sweden
    /Ingemar

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  8. All coiled up and ready to strike. No, I'm not talking about you Bob. lol

    You've captured some nice pics of a venomous snake. I'd rather be diving my friendly sharks.

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  9. Great pictures. I've never got close enough to see the red eyes.

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  10. This photos are great, Bob, but I have to confess that I'm scared to death when I see a snake! Kind of phobia, I guess.

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  11. Bob this is a stunningly beautiful Adder.
    Looks as if it has a brand new skin.

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  12. O bonito horrível!Causam-me arrepios, mas não posso deixar de admirar as fotos.

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  13. Geez Bob, careful! They are poisonous aren't they!
    Great shots!

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  14. Hey Bob,
    Beautiful pictures, a little bit scary.
    Marijke

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  15. Great image Bob :-) I love that red eye!

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  16. Beautiful picture, but I do not like them!

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  17. Stunning photos Bob...I have yet to capture an adder...one day!

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  18. Yes, beautiful images. Wow, what a guy! I wouldn't want to see him that close in real life.

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  19. Never seen an Adder. These are lovely shots Bob.

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  20. A great capture Bob... I have never seen one.

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  21. Zdjęcie piękne i podziwiam Cię , że go zrobiłeś. Ja bym od niego uciekła. Pozdrawiam

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  22. Oh my Bob, like the red eyes, that is about all that I can like about snakes, yet these certainly are marvelous images~

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  23. Great shot, but it gives me the goose bumps... :)

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  24. Absolutely brilliant photos Bob. Saw my first Adder this year but didn't get any shots as good as these.

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  25. Not much of a snake person but these are great shots Bob!

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  26. sssssssssssssssuper capturessssss Bob!....[;o)

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  27. Fantastic,Bob!
    First, congrats for your French on blog! That was nice :)
    Second, your adder Aspis is really beautiful; What stroke me are its red eyes!
    We have similar ones in France, but in "my" south, only one species is very present, but this specific species lives nowhere else!
    You can see a few specimens here, with explanations:
    http://1000-pattes.blogspot.com/search/label/Aspic
    They are truly fascinating, and fairly lethargic compared to some grass snakes.
    This is why they aren't that dangerous when you know how to manipulate them!
    Beautiful pictures indeed!

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  28. Those red eyes ... what a catch today ! Bob ...

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  29. Bob, what excellent pictures of the Adder. Sharp detail - it is easy to see the scales, color pattern, and even the eyes. Fascinating and misunderstood creatures, both in myth and reality. Still, keep safe!

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  30. Cool sighting and wonderful photos, Bob!

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  31. Great shots Bob. I love snakes as I love every other animal. They are all perfect and unique in its genre.
    Well done. It's always a pleasure to come to your page.
    Greetings

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  32. I am afraid of snakes. However, I am fascinated.
    I haven't seen such images for a long time.

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  33. I do not like snakes, but you have beautiful pictures.

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