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Originally posted by tothetenthpower
Very good stuff, I especially enjoye the night life in your area
Please share more once you have a chance.
And your daughter is adorable .
Originally posted by Night Star
WOW!!!! These are just magnificent! I especially loved the little frogs, until I saw the pic of the snake eating one!
Keep up the great work! You certainly have a talent for this!
Originally posted by Asktheanimals
Great sense of humor.
Outstanding pictures! What I think sets them apart is how the animals don't seem to be avoiding you
We had a nest of house finches over our front door for 3 years running until a black rat snake came and ate the babies. My neighbor was yelling for me to "kill the snake!". NO THANK YOU.
It really bothers me how people feel certain species are unfit to live and how we should just kill them every chance we get. All I can ever say to them in response is how about paying attention - that animal has something to teach us, especially the ones most consider "dangerous" or "pests".
thanks for sharing those with us.
You do have a lovely daughter who I trust you will teach the ways of the wild to as she grows up.
That first python was gorgeous!
I know I'll never make it over to Australia but if you're ever in the states you gotta look me up so we can go wander the woods together.
Originally posted by nineix
reply to post by 1littlewolf
Wonderful photography! Well done!
I especially like your capture of the little frogs. Lots of really excellent and awesome pics!
Originally posted by Iamschist
I enjoyed your photographs very much. There is no way I could ever see some of those secret places in Australia, so beautiful! Your daughter is a cutie
Originally posted by copperhead12
Beautiful pictures. I envy you. When we owned the big ranch I used to take pictures but with a film camera and I think they are not good anymore as I never had them developed.
Still waiting on the rock!
If you are ever in Colorado Look me up. We have alot of wild life here. I have two Owls that live in our tree. They are so huge, I can't imagine them being able to fly!
Just love your pictures (and your daughter) I just ramble on too much. Thanks again for the pictures and the peek into your life.
Originally posted by Hellhound604
reply to post by 1littlewolf
"Registered Snake Catcher" When I lived in Africa, I too was a "registered snake catcher". Found my old certificate a while ago, still want to frame it and hang it in my study (for no other reason as to freak locals out) .
Over here, we just have one species of venomous snake, it is a little adder, and not that venomous either, damn, We only have 3 species of snakes over here .... In Africa I always used to keep the rescued snakes for a couple of days (to study and photograph them) before I released them back in the wild.