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A tiny creature makes a huge splash in photography art

Updated: Sep 19, 2020

Today while looking for crayfish after a nice rain with my daughter, this little rare Michigan Ringneck Snake crossed my path. At first glance I thought he was a worm but saw his little snake head and captured him to be released after making a sighting report to the DNR. This little guy grew very quickly with some compositing art photography (one of my favorite things to do with photos) as you can see! This maybe 4" snake was placed in an area of the runoff to the river in our back yard he was found at and the results are pretty intense for a cell phone camera~ TY for reading and enjoy the photography art!

Robin


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