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    Posted: 10 Jul 2005 at 4:31am

In the wake of the successful adder thread, maybe we could have a crack with Ca ?

Especially as I got lucky in the New Forest yesterday



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nice pic steve
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Not in Kent we can't !!
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Nor in East Devon as far as I can tell!
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Here's a good example of messing up a great opportunity by having too little depth of field

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Depth of field looks fine to me Steve. If you're doing a head portrait then it's about right All the snakes head is in focus with blurred background .
Maybe the neck should be going off towards the back of the picture but, that's the only thing I see wrong here.
Good snap mate , and the top one too .
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the only thing wrong is i did'nt take it  

   nice one steve 

     clock this one

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Wow really nice clear markings on that one Paul .

I'm itching for a pic of a Surrey one tho ! - Another Dorset one......

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