Photo shoot w/ Boa constrictor

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    These were shot with a Quantaray Close-up Filter, I was'nt able to focus anywhere elese on his face like a true marcro can. Thanks for looking. CC welcome.

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    thats a nice looking BCI. so do you own any chondros Mr. Kondro86?
     
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    yeah i have one, there are some other post on here of him in B&W. what about yourself do you keep snakes?
     
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    gimme some feedback on the pics to :)
     
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    Well I like the idea of the shot a little dark IMHO. Yes I keep snakes, 4 GTPS, a male sunfire Retic from Bob Clark, yellow anaconda, kingsnake, and 3 Northern pacific rattlers.
     
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    The first two are interresting and very sharp, but I need an eye showing to get beyond interresting.

    #3 needs something to give it scale. I have no idea how big it is. You could even exagerate that scale if desired.

    Good shots - good enough to leave me wanting a little more.

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    well i will definetly be postin more snake pics here. i will take the advice about puting him next to something to scale
     
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    2:1 Fancy Ball Python
    1:0 Spider Ball Python
    1:0 ChondroPython Sorong Type
    1:1 Common Boa BCI
    1:0 Hypo Boa
    1:0 Striped Cali Kingsnake
    1:0 Black Mexican Kingsnake
    1:0 Hypo Tangerine Honduran Milksnake
    0:1 Red Bullsnake
    1:0 Albino Gophersnake
     
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    I love tree snakes, but hate their attitude!

    I really like the first pic, for some reason the tongue up looks better IMO.

    I agree with Oldclicker about #3, something in the shot to give it some scale would be really nice!
     
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    oh yeah they are mean when little. they usually tend to mellow out when they get older. Thanks for the CC --Danny
     

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