Cottonmouth-ready to strike!

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Cottonmouth, Agkistrodon piscivorous I was laying on my belly photographing a small skipper and when I got up, I notice this guy not 6 foot from where my head was on the ground.


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AZBang - Apr 19, 2009 11:08 AM EDT
WOW! Seeing as how Arizona is a gun friendly state and you can open carry and when I am out and about I always have a .45acp 1911 on my hip if it would have been me I'm not sure if that would have been a before or after pic! Man you have nerves of steel, great shot!
vla - Jun 26, 2008 01:32 PM EDT
It's a great photo! I would not have stopped to take the picture, I would have ran and missed the opportunity! I'm glad you weren't hurt.
Guest - Aug 26, 2005 08:55 PM EDT
What an amaising situation and photo. My husband and daughters are snake mad. I am in awe of them but to be so close, you are very brave, and obvoiusly think clearly under presure. Very clear and well possitioned. You must be proud!!
Guest - Jun 01, 2005 11:56 PM EDT
ooooh, it's taken me a longtime to actually LOOK at this shot. It's a great shot, but am totally Not a snake person. Bears fine, but not snakes, LOL Like May, I had also been wondering how you had the presence of mind to take the photo! Today I had a hummingbird come right up and stick it's beak up to my camera lens, as I was sitting at the open window directly below it's feeder (territory), and I was so totally amazed that I couldn't think what to do, except I knew not to use the flash, as at that close range, would have harmed it, am sure. But as well as being sooo close to the lens, then it went a short distance from me and hovered. But I was so entranced I couldn't act, LOL
Guest - May 14, 2005 03:48 PM EDT
I love snakes, especially poisonous ones. So, I love this shot and am envious you got so close.
Guest - Apr 19, 2005 01:44 PM EDT
I am with Brian about the snake bite kit. This is a great shot!! I am glad it did not bite you. I have seen cotton mouths move fast. You are some lucky.
Guest - Apr 19, 2005 01:16 PM EDT
This is an incredible shot. How did you manage the presence of mind to take it? I had one masquerading as a limb at less distance than yours. Big around as a man's bicep and about 4 ft. long. Head was raised to eye level as I was looking at some moss. Did I RUN!
Guest - Apr 10, 2005 11:19 PM EDT
I love the shot. I'm a bit afraid of poisonous snakes, but I've always wanted to get a shot of a open-mouthed snake like this. By the way, I hope you have a good snake bite kit, just in case!
Guest - Mar 29, 2005 01:35 AM EDT
Excellent shot, Randy. Thanks for sharing your wonderful photos with us.
Guest - Mar 29, 2005 12:53 AM EDT
This photo is awesome. Thanks for sharing all of your nature shots Randy, plus the Latin names. mary
Guest - Mar 28, 2005 03:43 AM EDT
I, too, noticed that the fangs were not raised, so I think I was flashing its white mouth to scare you off. Most are not anxious to use precious venon if they can avoid it. Great shot. You have a great collection. Welcome to the site and thanks for sharing your talent!
Guest - Mar 28, 2005 01:11 AM EDT
I'm not a great snake person, but this is one amazing shot. Congratulations!
Guest - Mar 28, 2005 12:35 AM EDT
Great angle! Beautiful shot!
Guest - Mar 28, 2005 12:16 AM EDT
Very Scarey but great clear and sharp picture. Carol
Guest - Mar 28, 2005 12:03 AM EDT
This photo shows you why they are called cottonmouths. It didn't raise its fangs at me, the photo was ttaken from about 3-4 foot away.
Guest - Mar 27, 2005 11:44 PM EDT
I would not want to get caught in that situation. Glad you dd not get hurt by it

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