Pretty Pictures

While I’m waiting for the females to start showing interest in the males, I thought I would get some outdoor pictures. First up is Gartersnake the M 2010 SMR Tessera. Gartersnake is tough to photograph because he will not hold still! I thought I would try putting him in a tree and hope he decided to hang on! Luckily, he was very cooperative.

I also needed to take some pictures of Napalm, 2010 SnickerSnakes Bloodred, for a prospective buyer. Napalm was a perfect model, and I got some of the best photos ever! Napalm is quite typical of this clutch. They get more red and more diffused with each shed. Napalm will be traveling to Pennsylvania when the weather warms up, and brothers Baby C and Granite are waiting to go to Ohio and Maine. Molten has relocated to El Cajon, California and Lova is pursuing his modeling career near Eugene, Oregon. I’m sad to see them go, and amazed that they have scattered to all corners of the US. Good luck in your new homes, babies!

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