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    Snakes in Sunlight

    I LOVE seeing and taking the snakes outdoors. Not the best pics I know, I have to work on my focal points, but it's the thought that counts.















    Last edited by EL-Ziggy; 07-26-2019 at 03:37 PM.
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    They all look great, Ziggy!!!
    Especially your Bredli and Scrub. Man do I love those two.
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    Re: Snakes in Sunlight

    Awesome pics zig!
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    Beautiful snakes! But if that's a bird or squirrel feeder they're on, I'll bet the birds/squirrels are cussing you out for the "bad joke"?
    Many friends in low places...

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    Re: Snakes in Sunlight

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    Beautiful snakes! But if that's a bird or squirrel feeder they're on, I'll bet the birds/squirrels are cussing you out for the "bad joke"?
    It was a spur of the moment idea Bo . I was more worried about one of those big hawks in my neighborhood swooping down on one of the critters. I need some better outdoor props like my buddy Richardhind!
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    Re: Snakes in Sunlight

    Awesome pics el ziggy
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    Re: Snakes in Sunlight

    Quote Originally Posted by Craiga 01453 View Post
    They all look great, Ziggy!!!
    Especially your Bredli and Scrub. Man do I love those two.
    The Bredli is 2nd on the list of snakes I'd potentially rehome Craig. If I ever decide to part with him I'll send him your way.
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    Awesome pictures, I just love the carpet pythons, they are by far the best looking snakes.

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    Re: Snakes in Sunlight

    Quote Originally Posted by EL-Ziggy View Post
    The Bredli is 2nd on the list of snakes I'd potentially rehome Craig. If I ever decide to part with him I'll send him your way.
    Dude, if you rehome him I definitely call first dibs!! Hahahahha!!!
    But of course, timing would come into play. Katie is actually cool with a Bredli since they stay pretty slender, but it would still come down to timing.
    I decided a while back that I'll only add a carpet if it's a Bredli. I love carpets, but there's just something about Bredlis I'm drawn to.

    Just for curiosity, who is #1 that you'd consider rehoming?
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    Re: Snakes in Sunlight

    Quote Originally Posted by Craiga 01453 View Post
    Dude, if you rehome him I definitely call first dibs!! Hahahahha!!!
    But of course, timing would come into play. Katie is actually cool with a Bredli since they stay pretty slender, but it would still come down to timing.
    I decided a while back that I'll only add a carpet if it's a Bredli. I love carpets, but there's just something about Bredlis I'm drawn to.

    Just for curiosity, who is #1 that you'd consider rehoming?
    Now you've got me curious too...???
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