During my recent visit to the zoo, I came across a lazy bunch of huge pythons, in a cage. I, the enthusiast, needed some action 😉 The zoo -keeper was busy, elsewhere……so I grabbed the chance and stood by the iron grill, stomping hard for some reaction 😛
Ahaa !! One of them was curious enough to giving me a moving ovation 😀 😉
I couldn’t make out whether that was ‘Hi Andy’ or the beginning of a ‘yawn’ 😛
Huh !!! confusing !!!
Once again, stomp !! stomp !! 😀 and he was now more than curious 😉 Spectators around me gave mixed reactions, from mouth gaping to eye-balling 😉
From a distance, I could see the zoo -keeper walking briskly towards us, gesticulating wildly. Ohh man !! I am going to escorted to the zoo gate 😉
But this gorgeous guy kept moving and I was transfixed. It is one thing to see a python on National Geographic, quite another to see it so close.
Zoo -keeper arrived !!! 😦 and shooed us all away
Au revoir hunk !! ❤
I am greatly impressed by Andy Townend and his work. While clicking these pictures, there was a quick flash through my thoughts about his awesome clicks and writing. If you are looking for inspiration, go check out his work at belgianstreets
He is an outstanding blogger, a photographer with interesting perspective. I am glad we crossed paths. 🙂
Oh!! That’s one big snake!!!
😀 yessssss (like hiss) 😉
Hello Andy and thank you for that mention, very much appreciated, I too am glad our paths crossed – and this is a fascinating post!!
shukriya Andy 🙂
Thank you, I will need to check the translation though..
Shukriya is Urdu for thank you 😉
then Shukriya! 🙂
Only if I had a tripod to stand the camera There were too many people around pushing and jostling, for me to click. And I piqued not only the interest of the python but also the spectators around me 😉 hence, too much disturbance 😛
Wow – I am sure that python did not like all of the attention – great photos 🙂
Python behaved like a temperamental rock star 😉