Re: My latest AT Adventure
Yes, I thought of not posting the picture at all. The piece you see
is a very small part of a picture taken from about 10 feet away. The
lighting was poor, the camera was poor, and the processing was poor.
But I had decided that I was not going to attempt to get any closer
without an observer/spotter to take the picture.
With someone else there to knock him down if he had tried to strike,
I could have gotten a lot closer.
Anyway, I tried to cover the comedy of the picture quality by my
comparison of this picture to that of a UFO. I hope it was taken as
the joke it was meant to be.
--- In email@example.com, "Coy" <starnescr@y...> wrote:
> Cool. Get a little closer for the next snake photo. They can only
> strike half thier body length... I've heard...
> There was a pic in the local paper of a diamondback the other day.
> It looked 7 feet long in the pic but they didnt measure it (at
> not in the paper). I've seen a few 6 footers as big as my forearm
> but this one looked bigger.
> Coy Boy
> PS the hammock pick was cool too. Thanks for posting all of
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Risk" <geoflyfisher@y...>
> > The June section hike is here:
> > http://www.flyfisher-kayaks.com/ultralite/ATJune2003.htm
> > It does have a photo of my latest hammock.
> > Rick