Sunday, August 05, 2007

James Blake Junior

The Brown Snake is widely recognised as the second most venomous snake in the world. Juvenile Browns like this one are commonly mistaken for the relatively harmless little whip snake.

4 comments:

AC said...

Nice capture. Well chosen angle and DoF

Laurie said...

Incredible details and it looks like you were a little close for my taste. You are either brave, crazy, or used a big telephoto lens. From what I understand young snakes are as venomous perhaps more so than the adults. Of course I could be very wrong but I wouldn't want to find out the hard way.

ROB said...

Better you than me that close...!

Mirella said...

People should read this.