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Also - with the small python are you talking hatchie or more like a stim, spotted etc? Or even just a young-ish one the same as the others you locate? eg smaller BHP, Woma etc etcMy mob...BHP's, Spotteds, Coastals, Stimmies, Olives, MD, Blue Tongues, Beardies and Shingles.......Just after a Diamond Python now...
- 11-Jun-12, 09:30 PM #17
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yea longqi thats what i told themwanted : better job to support the reptile habit... swear they should be classed as drugs. they are so addictive
My coastal is 8 foot, she likes to move around a bit when she first comes out but usually calms down quickly. However, I'm only 17 so I don't think I would be allowed on set?
Last edited by snake_lover; 11-Jun-12 at 09:51 PM. Reason: Correction... At the time of the shoot I will be 17
Nice abs Skel >.>
I hope the end photos will be posted up here
I don't have any big pythons, but if your photog falls through let me know. This type of shoot if definitely something I have been wanting to do, I also have experience in photographing the form in artistic nudes. I do have a very friendly little wheatbelt stimmie at about 80cm long.
Proud Keeper of Samson the Wheatbelt Stimson, and Gremlin the N. Amyae.
- "I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work." Thomas Edison
2 X Windora Stimson's (1M&1F)(Turned 1-Jan 2012), 1 X Male Bredli (6years-2012)
i have what you need! plus the liscence! and im local gold coast
yeh been feeding her up well lol, on gold coast aswell
Interested in seeing the photos
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