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Cobra

Posted by r_murray 5 (My Page) on
Wed, Jan 26, 11 at 16:28

But there be denizens in that thar garden as well. Mind where ye step and don't go tramplin' on them thar delicate blossoms. For they be crawling around out thar mostly where ya can't see 'em. Then real slow and sudden like, without narry a notice or a by-your-leave, ye be bit! Now this here handsome fella ventured up on to the patio to bask in the sun and pose for a picture.
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RE: Cobra

He is one scary critter but really cute. His name suits him. I love your narration. Thank you for sharing. - Marylee


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Love that ol' Fang Tooth!!!


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Well, by golly, gee willikers I think you've done a great job on that there cobra!


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Nice piece, it casts a interesting shadow.


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tinfoilhat, I thought about removing the shadow but got lazy.
However, I loaded the picture into my photo program and removed the shadow - well most of it anyway. :)
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Cobra looks pretty fierce but I have an idea he is a pussy cat & just likes to be noticed. He should clear the area of mice tho!! Jan


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By Golly.....what's not to love with a face like that!!!


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First snake I've ever really smiled at!
He's a winner! & IMHO, the shadow adds to the mystery!
Great recycling! Jeanne S.


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ROFL!! I don't know what I like more, the cobra or the introduction! Both are very cool!!


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Thats a snake I wouldn't mind having in my garden.
Kathy


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