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Posted on March 1, 2016, in Photography, Wordless Wednesday and tagged Macro, nature, new jersey, photography, South Jersey, Wordless Wednesday. Bookmark the permalink. 19 Comments.
felt like an animal..
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That is one of those areas you don’t want to stick your hand…
So true. Something hairy with big teeth just waiting for curious fingers!
I can feel the teeth!!!
You just had to check it out…lol
I know! I should have known better! lol
Can’t take you anywhere!
That’s what she said! lmao
Your wife just shakes her head now because she knows no matter what she says you are going to try anyway..
lol so true!!!
Is that a Hobbit lair?
I have not put my hand in there to find out for sure but it is somethings lair…lol
Never put your hand into something you don’t see the end of. Learned that in Africa. 🙂
Lol I guess,you have a story to tell?
A couple of snake (real) stories. 🙂 I’ve learned that from my father at a very tender age. There a quite few snakes in the garden of our houses in africa. Including a 9-10 ft long python the cook killed in the garden once… Brrrr. 🙂
I am not “scared/fearful” of snakes but if I knew there was a 9-10 ft snake in the garden i don’t think I would leave the house unless someone was carrying me.
Haha! 🙂 That’s the advantage of starting early. As children, we were taught (and shown) to be careful of snakes. Not stick your hand in holes, Use s stick to brush high weeds in front of you. Just keep your eyes open. Training is all I guess. 🙂 And the python had already been killed so… Safe? (What if there was another…?)
Thank fitness goodness for the cook
Auto correct is a pain sometimes..meant goodness. .
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