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Thread: Indigo photo shoot

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    Indigo photo shoot

    These aren't great, but I wanted to post SOMETHING, and these were the best of the many shots I took this afternoon. Sorry for the quality, but a six foot squirmy monster who is mostly black, poor lighting in my apartment, and my little PAS camera just don't make for an easy time!

    I spend so much time admiring him, I don't think I'll ever get over how beautiful he is....








    I do love the look of his throat!






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    You'll have to get someone to help you and see if you can take him outside for a shoot some day - I am sure the sunlight of his shiny blackness is a sight to behold! He is a handsome boy, though. How old is he, do you know?
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    He's about two. In a few weeks, we'll be back in a place where we're allowed to have the snakes, so everyone will be going out for a photoshoot outdoors.

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    Indigo is such a sweet and pretty snake. I love his shiny skin.

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    Indigo is a gorgeous snake!
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    Thanks!! I'm glad you enjoyed!!

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    What type of snake is he? He is beautiful. He has a fat tongue! I have a sand boa, whom I just adore. He lets me kiss his face and everything. It makes me sad that some people consider them a waste of a pet because they don't do anything, but my Chubby is very active. My kids love him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luckies4me View Post
    What type of snake is he? He is beautiful. He has a fat tongue! I have a sand boa, whom I just adore. He lets me kiss his face and everything. It makes me sad that some people consider them a waste of a pet because they don't do anything, but my Chubby is very active. My kids love him.
    Hey Cass, he's an Eastern Indigo Snake. I realized I should have titled this thread differently. His name is Grendel. My Hognose Chubby is super active too, maybe it's the name. What kind of sand boa do you have?

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    Oh wow, how did I miss this thread? He is a seriously amazing looking snake.
    Gosh, you make me wish I had the guts to own a snake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snakemama View Post
    Hey Cass, he's an Eastern Indigo Snake. I realized I should have titled this thread differently. His name is Grendel. My Hognose Chubby is super active too, maybe it's the name. What kind of sand boa do you have?
    LOL, I named him after your Chubby. Not sure. If I post a pic can you tell me? I adopted him from Petsmart because he has a lot of scars.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luckies4me View Post
    LOL, I named him after your Chubby. Not sure. If I post a pic can you tell me? I adopted him from Petsmart because he has a lot of scars.
    Awww, awesome!! If you post a pic I'd be happy to tell you what species he is. My guess would be Kenyan, since those are the prettiest/calmest/most popular pets out of all the sand boas, but I know you have a knack for finding some of the most interesting and unusual critters, so I thought I'd ask.

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    K, I'll have to get my lazy bum in gear and upload these photos.
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