John Woracker

John Woracker

Posted on 05/28/2013

Photo taken on May 27, 2013


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Anguis fragilis slow worm slow-worm slowworm
blindworm blind
worm garden spring ryde isle of wight england

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Look into my eyes

Look into my eyes
LR-7002 - sorry that has stuck in my mind for so long from the Jungle Book, when Kaa hypnotises/tries to make Mowgli got to sleep and those psychedelic eyes, brilliance. The clip is here or encounter II here

Canon EOS 7D with the Opteka 30mm lens extender

Scavenger Challenge
3. Make a macro photo as close to your subject as possible. Minor cropping allowed. (Emma)
Is Freehand SOOC ok?

Anguis fragilis, or slow worm, slow-worm or slowworm, is a limbless reptile native to Eurasia. It is also sometimes referred to as the blindworm or blind worm.

Jens Rost
Jens Rost
Do you have a pet snake!?
Great catch, but still in the "creepy department" =)
How about some pictures of nice cuddly kittens soon?
5 years ago.
John Woracker has replied to Jens Rost
Nope it's a garden snake or known as a sole worm
Slightly creepy, but like the way it came out
Kittens you have to be kidding me
5 years ago.