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Lucky bro, bet he doesnt do that "action photography " again LoL
Great pictures though Stevo - did he say "Crikey!"?
Sometimes the grass will appear greener on the other side because it has been fertilised by bull****
I wouldn't have stopped to take a photo - I'd have kept on running! And if my camera had a lense that big I'd have been making full use of it; photos from a distance (and probably over my shoulder too) .
Beautiful creature. Yes they are scary but compared to spiders I'd go for snakes.
OMG that second photo is pure evil, I'd have dropped my camera, browned my pants and ran, not sure in which order (relieved it was in Brisbane....now be good kids and noone post an Adelaide snake related story or photo!)
Our cat likes to bring us snakes as 'presents'!
The first time this happened my wife thought the snake was dead so she picked it up and put it in a bucket in the laundry, just so she could show me it when I got home from work.
By the time I got home the snake had stopped playing dead and was very much alive! Thankfully the our local snake catcher was happy to take him away!
Visa granted !!!! 3/4/09
Arrived in Adelaide 24/08/2009