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Mark Laita has accomplished something remarkable. He's transformed a creature feared by many into a thing of beauty. His spectacular photographs of snakes coiling and twisting on a black velvet backdrop reveal the animal's incredible color, texture, and form. Each full color spread of the Serpentine calendar features a snake image from Mark Laita's highly praised book Serpentine. | Serpentine 2015 Wall Calendar
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Serpentine: Beautiful Portraits of the World’s Most Deadly Snakes - For the past year LA-based photographer Mark Laita has been traveling to various locations around the U.S. and Central America photographing some of the world’s most deadliest snakes, a series entitled Serpentine. | #Photography #Snakes #Reptiles #Serpents |
Philippine Pit Viper, photo by Mark Laita from Serpentine
LOLZ!!!!! jk jk this is the antifluffy. If anything like this EVER comes near me i'll kill it.
Totally need a caption. Looks like he wants to play fetch.
Green Python ~ Australia ~ Miks' Pics "Animals l" board @ www.pinterest.com...
.do not try this... but think about it... never knew... also be interesting to see what he does with the fish...yuky
Green snake skin coils. What a great inspiration for lampwork beads! MonaRaeBeads.etsy...
White-Lipped Tree Viper in its blue phase. Wow, its a very gorgeous phase.
"Eyes on You" - Close up of a Green Tree Python by Amizyo Hairie. April of 2012.
Ball Python ~ Miks' Pics "Animals lV" board @ www.pinterest.com...