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I got to go to the Canadian Reptile Breeder’s Expo today!Here are a few of the nicer photos that turned out of some of the animals I saw at the show. OMG, it was HUGE. It took me three hours to cover the expanse of the entire show. It was awesome… snakes, lizards, invertebrates, amphibians, you name it! And what I found really amazing, was how diverse the crowd was. Every age group, every ethic background you could think of, men AND women! It was so wonderful to see that “exotic pets” and reptiles in particular, are being kept by EVERYONE nowadays… little girls were just as excited to hold a snake as little boys, and there were more than a few seniors there as well! One lady in a mobility scooter had a rather large corn snake wrapped around her arm. It was great!!Anyway, here are some photos… I kept it to the snakes, since many of those photos turned out the best (I avoided using the flash on my camera as to not stress or startle any of the poor animals).First three photos are scale-less corn snakes! It’s amazing what the lack of scales does for even the most basic color morphs! They looked breath-taking in person. Truly!The fourth and fifth photos were of two lovely BP’s. The albino had me drooling like a dog with a bone. OMG… one day I SHALL own an albino. The other I think was a either a Butter pin or Kingpin…. can’t remember, but she was purdy.The sixth photo is a Green Anaconda! Reptilia was there and they had some absolutely HUGE snakes. One took a dump in it’s enclosure that I swear was bigger than any turd I’ve seen shy of maybe one out of a Great Dane!. lolAnd the last two photos are of two absolutely gorgeous adult Hognose snakes. Man, after seeing them in person at the show, I can now see why Hognoses have become so popular in the pet trade. Damn are they cute…
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I got to go to the Canadian Reptile Breeder’s Expo today!Here are a few of the nicer photos that turned out of some of the animals I saw at the show. OMG, it was HUGE. It took me three hours to cover the expanse of the entire show. It was awesome… snakes, lizards, invertebrates, amphibians, you name it! And what I found really amazing, was how diverse the crowd was. Every age group, every ethic background you could think of, men AND women! It was so wonderful to see that “exotic pets” and reptiles in particular, are being kept by EVERYONE nowadays… little girls were just as excited to hold a snake as little boys, and there were more than a few seniors there as well! One lady in a mobility scooter had a rather large corn snake wrapped around her arm. It was great!!Anyway, here are some photos… I kept it to the snakes, since many of those photos turned out the best (I avoided using the flash on my camera as to not stress or startle any of the poor animals).First three photos are scale-less corn snakes! It’s amazing what the lack of scales does for even the most basic color morphs! They looked breath-taking in person. Truly!The fourth and fifth photos were of two lovely BP’s. The albino had me drooling like a dog with a bone. OMG… one day I SHALL own an albino. The other I think was a either a Butter pin or Kingpin…. can’t remember, but she was purdy.The sixth photo is a Green Anaconda! Reptilia was there and they had some absolutely HUGE snakes. One took a dump in it’s enclosure that I swear was bigger than any turd I’ve seen shy of maybe one out of a Great Dane!. lolAnd the last two photos are of two absolutely gorgeous adult Hognose snakes. Man, after seeing them in person at the show, I can now see why Hognoses have become so popular in the pet trade. Damn are they cute…
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Camera
Canon PowerShot A550
ISO
200
Aperture
f/2.6
Exposure
1/60th
Focal Length
35mm
I got to go to the Canadian Reptile Breeder’s Expo today!Here are a few of the nicer photos that turned out of some of the animals I saw at the show. OMG, it was HUGE. It took me three hours to cover the expanse of the entire show. It was awesome… snakes, lizards, invertebrates, amphibians, you name it! And what I found really amazing, was how diverse the crowd was. Every age group, every ethic background you could think of, men AND women! It was so wonderful to see that “exotic pets” and reptiles in particular, are being kept by EVERYONE nowadays… little girls were just as excited to hold a snake as little boys, and there were more than a few seniors there as well! One lady in a mobility scooter had a rather large corn snake wrapped around her arm. It was great!!Anyway, here are some photos… I kept it to the snakes, since many of those photos turned out the best (I avoided using the flash on my camera as to not stress or startle any of the poor animals).First three photos are scale-less corn snakes! It’s amazing what the lack of scales does for even the most basic color morphs! They looked breath-taking in person. Truly!The fourth and fifth photos were of two lovely BP’s. The albino had me drooling like a dog with a bone. OMG… one day I SHALL own an albino. The other I think was a either a Butter pin or Kingpin…. can’t remember, but she was purdy.The sixth photo is a Green Anaconda! Reptilia was there and they had some absolutely HUGE snakes. One took a dump in it’s enclosure that I swear was bigger than any turd I’ve seen shy of maybe one out of a Great Dane!. lolAnd the last two photos are of two absolutely gorgeous adult Hognose snakes. Man, after seeing them in person at the show, I can now see why Hognoses have become so popular in the pet trade. Damn are they cute…
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Canon PowerShot A550
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160
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f/2.6
Exposure
1/60th
Focal Length
35mm
I got to go to the Canadian Reptile Breeder’s Expo today!Here are a few of the nicer photos that turned out of some of the animals I saw at the show. OMG, it was HUGE. It took me three hours to cover the expanse of the entire show. It was awesome… snakes, lizards, invertebrates, amphibians, you name it! And what I found really amazing, was how diverse the crowd was. Every age group, every ethic background you could think of, men AND women! It was so wonderful to see that “exotic pets” and reptiles in particular, are being kept by EVERYONE nowadays… little girls were just as excited to hold a snake as little boys, and there were more than a few seniors there as well! One lady in a mobility scooter had a rather large corn snake wrapped around her arm. It was great!!Anyway, here are some photos… I kept it to the snakes, since many of those photos turned out the best (I avoided using the flash on my camera as to not stress or startle any of the poor animals).First three photos are scale-less corn snakes! It’s amazing what the lack of scales does for even the most basic color morphs! They looked breath-taking in person. Truly!The fourth and fifth photos were of two lovely BP’s. The albino had me drooling like a dog with a bone. OMG… one day I SHALL own an albino. The other I think was a either a Butter pin or Kingpin…. can’t remember, but she was purdy.The sixth photo is a Green Anaconda! Reptilia was there and they had some absolutely HUGE snakes. One took a dump in it’s enclosure that I swear was bigger than any turd I’ve seen shy of maybe one out of a Great Dane!. lolAnd the last two photos are of two absolutely gorgeous adult Hognose snakes. Man, after seeing them in person at the show, I can now see why Hognoses have become so popular in the pet trade. Damn are they cute…
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Canon PowerShot A550
ISO
125
Aperture
f/2.6
Exposure
1/60th
Focal Length
35mm
I got to go to the Canadian Reptile Breeder’s Expo today!Here are a few of the nicer photos that turned out of some of the animals I saw at the show. OMG, it was HUGE. It took me three hours to cover the expanse of the entire show. It was awesome… snakes, lizards, invertebrates, amphibians, you name it! And what I found really amazing, was how diverse the crowd was. Every age group, every ethic background you could think of, men AND women! It was so wonderful to see that “exotic pets” and reptiles in particular, are being kept by EVERYONE nowadays… little girls were just as excited to hold a snake as little boys, and there were more than a few seniors there as well! One lady in a mobility scooter had a rather large corn snake wrapped around her arm. It was great!!Anyway, here are some photos… I kept it to the snakes, since many of those photos turned out the best (I avoided using the flash on my camera as to not stress or startle any of the poor animals).First three photos are scale-less corn snakes! It’s amazing what the lack of scales does for even the most basic color morphs! They looked breath-taking in person. Truly!The fourth and fifth photos were of two lovely BP’s. The albino had me drooling like a dog with a bone. OMG… one day I SHALL own an albino. The other I think was a either a Butter pin or Kingpin…. can’t remember, but she was purdy.The sixth photo is a Green Anaconda! Reptilia was there and they had some absolutely HUGE snakes. One took a dump in it’s enclosure that I swear was bigger than any turd I’ve seen shy of maybe one out of a Great Dane!. lolAnd the last two photos are of two absolutely gorgeous adult Hognose snakes. Man, after seeing them in person at the show, I can now see why Hognoses have become so popular in the pet trade. Damn are they cute…
Zoom Info
Camera
Canon PowerShot A550
ISO
125
Aperture
f/2.6
Exposure
1/60th
Focal Length
35mm
I got to go to the Canadian Reptile Breeder’s Expo today!Here are a few of the nicer photos that turned out of some of the animals I saw at the show. OMG, it was HUGE. It took me three hours to cover the expanse of the entire show. It was awesome… snakes, lizards, invertebrates, amphibians, you name it! And what I found really amazing, was how diverse the crowd was. Every age group, every ethic background you could think of, men AND women! It was so wonderful to see that “exotic pets” and reptiles in particular, are being kept by EVERYONE nowadays… little girls were just as excited to hold a snake as little boys, and there were more than a few seniors there as well! One lady in a mobility scooter had a rather large corn snake wrapped around her arm. It was great!!Anyway, here are some photos… I kept it to the snakes, since many of those photos turned out the best (I avoided using the flash on my camera as to not stress or startle any of the poor animals).First three photos are scale-less corn snakes! It’s amazing what the lack of scales does for even the most basic color morphs! They looked breath-taking in person. Truly!The fourth and fifth photos were of two lovely BP’s. The albino had me drooling like a dog with a bone. OMG… one day I SHALL own an albino. The other I think was a either a Butter pin or Kingpin…. can’t remember, but she was purdy.The sixth photo is a Green Anaconda! Reptilia was there and they had some absolutely HUGE snakes. One took a dump in it’s enclosure that I swear was bigger than any turd I’ve seen shy of maybe one out of a Great Dane!. lolAnd the last two photos are of two absolutely gorgeous adult Hognose snakes. Man, after seeing them in person at the show, I can now see why Hognoses have become so popular in the pet trade. Damn are they cute…
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Canon PowerShot A550
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200
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f/2.6
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1/13th
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I got to go to the Canadian Reptile Breeder’s Expo today!Here are a few of the nicer photos that turned out of some of the animals I saw at the show. OMG, it was HUGE. It took me three hours to cover the expanse of the entire show. It was awesome… snakes, lizards, invertebrates, amphibians, you name it! And what I found really amazing, was how diverse the crowd was. Every age group, every ethic background you could think of, men AND women! It was so wonderful to see that “exotic pets” and reptiles in particular, are being kept by EVERYONE nowadays… little girls were just as excited to hold a snake as little boys, and there were more than a few seniors there as well! One lady in a mobility scooter had a rather large corn snake wrapped around her arm. It was great!!Anyway, here are some photos… I kept it to the snakes, since many of those photos turned out the best (I avoided using the flash on my camera as to not stress or startle any of the poor animals).First three photos are scale-less corn snakes! It’s amazing what the lack of scales does for even the most basic color morphs! They looked breath-taking in person. Truly!The fourth and fifth photos were of two lovely BP’s. The albino had me drooling like a dog with a bone. OMG… one day I SHALL own an albino. The other I think was a either a Butter pin or Kingpin…. can’t remember, but she was purdy.The sixth photo is a Green Anaconda! Reptilia was there and they had some absolutely HUGE snakes. One took a dump in it’s enclosure that I swear was bigger than any turd I’ve seen shy of maybe one out of a Great Dane!. lolAnd the last two photos are of two absolutely gorgeous adult Hognose snakes. Man, after seeing them in person at the show, I can now see why Hognoses have become so popular in the pet trade. Damn are they cute…
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Canon PowerShot A550
ISO
200
Aperture
f/2.6
Exposure
1/30th
Focal Length
35mm
I got to go to the Canadian Reptile Breeder’s Expo today!Here are a few of the nicer photos that turned out of some of the animals I saw at the show. OMG, it was HUGE. It took me three hours to cover the expanse of the entire show. It was awesome… snakes, lizards, invertebrates, amphibians, you name it! And what I found really amazing, was how diverse the crowd was. Every age group, every ethic background you could think of, men AND women! It was so wonderful to see that “exotic pets” and reptiles in particular, are being kept by EVERYONE nowadays… little girls were just as excited to hold a snake as little boys, and there were more than a few seniors there as well! One lady in a mobility scooter had a rather large corn snake wrapped around her arm. It was great!!Anyway, here are some photos… I kept it to the snakes, since many of those photos turned out the best (I avoided using the flash on my camera as to not stress or startle any of the poor animals).First three photos are scale-less corn snakes! It’s amazing what the lack of scales does for even the most basic color morphs! They looked breath-taking in person. Truly!The fourth and fifth photos were of two lovely BP’s. The albino had me drooling like a dog with a bone. OMG… one day I SHALL own an albino. The other I think was a either a Butter pin or Kingpin…. can’t remember, but she was purdy.The sixth photo is a Green Anaconda! Reptilia was there and they had some absolutely HUGE snakes. One took a dump in it’s enclosure that I swear was bigger than any turd I’ve seen shy of maybe one out of a Great Dane!. lolAnd the last two photos are of two absolutely gorgeous adult Hognose snakes. Man, after seeing them in person at the show, I can now see why Hognoses have become so popular in the pet trade. Damn are they cute…
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Canon PowerShot A550
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200
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f/2.6
Exposure
1/60th
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35mm


I got to go to the Canadian Reptile Breeder’s Expo today!

Here are a few of the nicer photos that turned out of some of the animals I saw at the show. OMG, it was HUGE. It took me three hours to cover the expanse of the entire show. It was awesome… snakes, lizards, invertebrates, amphibians, you name it!

And what I found really amazing, was how diverse the crowd was. Every age group, every ethic background you could think of, men AND women! It was so wonderful to see that “exotic pets” and reptiles in particular, are being kept by EVERYONE nowadays… little girls were just as excited to hold a snake as little boys, and there were more than a few seniors there as well! One lady in a mobility scooter had a rather large corn snake wrapped around her arm. It was great!!

Anyway, here are some photos… I kept it to the snakes, since many of those photos turned out the best (I avoided using the flash on my camera as to not stress or startle any of the poor animals).

First three photos are scale-less corn snakes! It’s amazing what the lack of scales does for even the most basic color morphs! They looked breath-taking in person. Truly!

The fourth and fifth photos were of two lovely BP’s. The albino had me drooling like a dog with a bone. OMG… one day I SHALL own an albino. The other I think was a either a Butter pin or Kingpin…. can’t remember, but she was purdy.

The sixth photo is a Green Anaconda! Reptilia was there and they had some absolutely HUGE snakes. One took a dump in it’s enclosure that I swear was bigger than any turd I’ve seen shy of maybe one out of a Great Dane!. lol

And the last two photos are of two absolutely gorgeous adult Hognose snakes. Man, after seeing them in person at the show, I can now see why Hognoses have become so popular in the pet trade. Damn are they cute…

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