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    Quick trip outside

    My older boy just shed and we had a day of overcast but warm weather to grab outdoor photos, should have run more out as it's been too sunny or cold for shots since then.





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    Re: Quick trip outside

    Took baby bro out too




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    Re: Quick trip outside

    Very nice critters. Baby bro has really got the goods .
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    Nice coloring!

    Similar to three of mine.
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    Re: Quick trip outside

    Wow very beautiful children you got there!
    How old are they?

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    Re: Quick trip outside

    Quote Originally Posted by chasiorias View Post
    Wow very beautiful children you got there!
    How old are they?

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    Thank you, the older is 3 and the baby is coming up on a year. I love watching them grow and change.
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    I have indeed heard their color change with age. I look forward to mine as well

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    Both are beautiful, Postal! Thanks for sharing. Taking pictures of snakes outside in natural light sure helps capture their true colors, doesn't it?

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    Natural light is so much better, way more true to life. A good camera would help a lot too but I'm just using the phone. The light in my room is awful and I'm stuck with indoor pics for the vast majority of the year.
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    Stunning colors!
    Add to the want list over here LOL!

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