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  1. Trimeresurus

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    Just snapped these by accident, a bit out of focus but still awesome.

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    Is that a green tree python? In the last photo are they teeth?
     
  3. Trimeresurus

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    [MENTION=37618]jacevy[/MENTION] Yep it's a GTP and they are indeed teeth.
     
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    This is amazing. You couldn't have been more perfectly alined if you tried.
     
  5. Trimeresurus

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    Thanks mate, would have loved for the last one to be in focus though!
     
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    Wow, good job! Talk about perfect timing haha
     
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    How did you snap these by "accident"! Very cool!
     
  8. Trimeresurus

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    He was a bit cranky from me banging around in his tank, so I decided to take some pics and he yawned right as I started taking them, not so much accident but good timing
     
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    Love the yawn/mouth stretch shots
     
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    From any standpoint, that first picture is beautiful. Depth of field is amazing.
    Good job man (Y), and VERY good timing!
     
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    Very very cool!! You don't get pics like this every day, well done.
     
  12. Trimeresurus

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    Thanks all!
     
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    That's awesome!
     
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    Great job, awesome timing
     
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    Great job. My wife is a professional photographer & her reaction was WOW.
     
  16. Trimeresurus

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    Thanks guys, glad you like them. :)
     
  17. bdav70

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    Whoa! Nice job what a great result for a chance accident


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    Just having a look at your pics, awesome, thanks for sharing.
     
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