Remember that "super secret" project in which I asked for permission to use your pictures? Well, here it is!
It is our own guide to ball python morphs. It is, of course, a work in progress. This is just the very earliest stage. It's my hope that it will grow exponentially over the next few months (and years!) as we add more and more morphs, photos, and informative articles.
Rather than just have one or two pictures to try and show what a "pastel" (for instance) looks like, it's my goal to have as many different pictures as is practical, so folks wanting to learn how to identify the pastel will have as much information as possible to go by. Not to mention the sheer joy of all the eye candy.
As you go through the different threads, you'll see that we still have LOT of holes to fill in. Please contact me if you have some of these missing morphs and would like to have your images included in this project!
Hopefully the rest will explain itself as you look through it. The Guide forums are "read only" but you can use this thread for any comments or questions you might have.
I still have LOT of work to do on it, even without new pictures to add. But I felt it was far enough along to begin to share with all of you and show you the results of all your generosity with these pictures!
It is my vision that this little section of our site will become the GO TO place for everyone wanting to learn more about ball python morphs!!
A HUGE THANK YOU!!! to everyone that so graciously donated their pictures for this epic undertaking!! And huge thanks in advance as well, for all the pictures yet to come!
Anxiety does not empty tomorrow of its sorrows...but only empties today of its strengths.
C. H. Spurgeon