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Posted by pinkelephant on May 06, 2003 at 22:40:07:
Hi everyone, I'm not sure if I'm posting in the correct forum since I don't plan to do any 'collecting' but I figure collectors are probably the best ones to ask this question. I'm heading to South Florida (Palm Beach to Miami) in about a week for a vacation with my wife. I am an avid (though novice) photographer and snakes are my favorite subjects. The problem is that my wife is not the best sport when it comes to looking for these types of subjects and tires quite easily (we're both not quite in our prime so to speak). What I'd like to know is some really good spots where hopefully we won't have to spend all day looking. I know not many people like to post exact spots, but if you would be so kind you can email them to me directly. State parks are okay, although sometimes it takes a fair amount of what they might see as 'harassing ' and quite a few shots to get snakes to pose correctly. What I really would like to 'shoot' are the ratsnakes, kingsnakes, and the smaller rattlesnakes. Any help would be very much appreciated, the faster we get the shots the happier my wife will be (don't get me wrong, I love her dearly). Thank you collectors,
Henry Curtis- firstname.lastname@example.org
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