So I've mentioned a couple of times in recent posts that I find the mangroves a very hard environment to take photos in. Its dark, cluttered habitat which makes framing and exposures difficult and its wet, muggy and mosquito-filled which means camera and photographer can both suffer a little for their art. Anyway I thought I'd put some outtakes up to show what goes wrong and what hopefully you might see decent photos of soon.
I've seen a few of these ground snakes around but thus far they've been too quick and too close to cover for me to get a decent shot. I actually moved this water heater in the hope I'd find the snake beneath it but no dice. There are also a number of indigenous boas throughout the region but as yet I've had no luck tracking them down.