Is it summer yet?

26 04 2017

Rattlesnake

Maybe not yet … but the rattlers don’t know it.

It’s warm and dry. Most of us are hoping for rain.

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10 responses

26 04 2017
Pat

Be careful!

27 04 2017
TJ

Always. 🙂

26 04 2017
baileytan

Run away, run away!!

27 04 2017
TJ

You do need to look before you leap … so you don’t leap right on top of them!

26 04 2017
Kathryn Wilder

Yikes! I can’t “like” this….

27 04 2017
TJ

I do know what you mean …!

27 04 2017
Prairie girl

How cool, TJ! Good eye.
And brave of you for taking the time to get a good shot of this guy.
In all the years I’ve been out on the range I’ve yet to see a snake. I hear they are very prevalent in Wyoming but I just haven’t run across one. I wouldn’t mind “seeing” one, though. 🙂

27 04 2017
TJ

More like good ears! I didn’t see this critter; I heard it! And something told my little pea brain that it was NOTNOTNOTNOT harmless dry, old locoweed (which sounds just like rattlers rattling (well … a lot like)) when you walk through it or the wind rattles the dry pods. ‘Tis the season! Be aware out there!

27 04 2017
Sue Story

Now see TJ, they still look big in your pictures.! 🙂 Yikes!

27 04 2017
TJ

Ha. This little guy was maybe a foot long (or maybe not even that long) and not very big around. Long lenses are as handy for “shooting” these slitheries as they are for photographing mustangs!

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