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 Western Diamondback   (Rattlesnake)
16-JUN-2008 Tom Munson

Western Diamondback (Rattlesnake)

Montana


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Len11-Jul-2008 03:23
They said it all here Tom ! V.
Joseph V Higbee02-Jul-2008 15:32
Such bravery! I would have thought of the 500mm and all available doublers for this one! and look at the look in his eye.
James Prudente02-Jul-2008 14:35
He is a dandy Tom. Very fine image.
Carol Breton01-Jul-2008 12:12
He's beautiful. This is an excellent, clear shot with super color and detail.
I keep looking for snakes here but haven't had the good fortune to see one yet this
season. Vote
Jeff Waldorff01-Jul-2008 10:49
Great find and capture, Tom. I like the colors tones of him against the rocks.
Marco Valk01-Jul-2008 06:32
wow. great capture. v
Brian McAllister01-Jul-2008 06:31
Glad you saw him before you got any closer, Tom.
Nice clean and razor sharp shot.....
Debbie Blackburn Beierle01-Jul-2008 06:18
Whoa! Great and brave shot, Tom! Glad I didn't see him!!! Nerves of steel!
January Grey01-Jul-2008 04:59
Fantastic shot, Tom! Too close! Closing window now, lest it escape on my desktop! V~
coaster01-Jul-2008 04:52
Great capture with nice colors!
NealyBob01-Jul-2008 04:42
Excellent shot of the Rattlesnake! He looks like a big one~! V
Ann Pettigrew01-Jul-2008 04:08
Very cool shot, Tom! I love the yellows against the purples and blues of the stones.
Ann Pettigrew01-Jul-2008 04:08
Very cool shot, Tom! I love the yellows against the purples and blues of the stones.
Art Parnell01-Jul-2008 03:33
You got a nice crisp, colorful shot of this guy, Tom. The tongue and piercing eye add to the effect of danger.
Simon Chandler01-Jul-2008 03:04
Excellent capture. Excellent composition to create a lively scene. v
Hank Vander Velde01-Jul-2008 00:50
Nicely captured image Tom. V. (I think I'll stick to our feathered friends though.)
Jess. ( Lady.D.)01-Jul-2008 00:15
Not my favorite subject but well captured Tom....
Darren Murphy30-Jun-2008 22:40
Great shot Tom. Crystal clear image with impressive color!!
Tomasz Dziubinski - Photography30-Jun-2008 22:09
Good shot, 300mm is great in such case, Vote :)
Jay Levin30-Jun-2008 21:53
Tack-sharp scary image, Tom. I would have suggested your 500mm and 1.4x teleconverter for this shot! Vote
Jim Hill30-Jun-2008 20:04
Awesome Tom, gmv
Gayle P. Clement30-Jun-2008 17:54
Such an evil-looking creature!
Ed Goodnight30-Jun-2008 17:49
Are they like deer?
Where there is one there are more!
vote
Sofia Solomennikova30-Jun-2008 17:11
Great capture, at 300mm must be safe enough :) V
Sandi Whitteker30-Jun-2008 16:34
Hope it wasn't in your back yard Tom. Yikes! Nice capture.
Fong Lam30-Jun-2008 16:14
Terrific shot of this rattlesneck, Tom
Wouldn't like to be too close to it.
~V~
RichardR30-Jun-2008 15:52
Good to see you were using 300mm and hope even that is a crop! :) Fine shot of that magnificent reptile, Tom. Vote
Best regards,
Dick:)
Sam Rua30-Jun-2008 15:49
Very nice capture, Tom. Nice catch of the tongue as well.
Bryan Murahashi30-Jun-2008 15:38
Nice sharp capture with the long lens. GMV.
john savage30-Jun-2008 15:25
Nice shot Tom, I have never seen a diamondback in the field, let alone when I had a camera. Great image, your usual tack sharp. V