What You Lookin' at!?
|Copyright: Tom Sayer (photopimp) (34)|
|Date Taken: 2004-11|
|Exposure: f/2.5, 1/200 seconds|
|Details: (Fill) Flash: Yes|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2005-08-17 14:26|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Whilst i was on holiday in Australia i happended to come across this incredible snake. I believe that this is an Green Tree Python, please let me know if i am mistaken. He was on a branch relaxing. He wasn't aggressive so i was able to get up close and take a nice photo. Hope you guys enjoy it.|
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- [2005-08-17 15:25]
Great shot Tom, I realy like the variation of the green colors. you made a nice composition. He is terrific. Well done
- [2005-08-17 19:05]
Hi Tom, scary view! It's a great looking reptile. The colours are excellent. I like the composition here. I feel it could be a little sharper in focus but it's a very nice shot all the same.
Very nice composition for this green snake!
DOF could be improved but I'm sure you were a little bit affraid and don't want to stay close to much !
A nice capture. Composition is great and good colours too. A good one, very well done.
- [2005-08-18 14:12]
That is an awesome POV on this beautiful snake. I am stunned that you did that in the wild. How far away were you? The details are amazing, despite the soft focus. A wonderful shot. TFS and a warm welcome to TN. : )
- amanda (18)
- [2005-08-19 20:09]
Not too sure if I would be getting that close! Great shot.