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Old Oct 16, 2003, 1:47 PM   #61
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You'll never lose money on an anniversary edition Harley!!
Yes you will. It happens when you don't bother to sell it.
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Old Oct 16, 2003, 2:32 PM   #62
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I can also say falling on snow is like falling on rocks!
Only if you ski in the East.
Please stop this East vs West skiing argument. You have voiced your opinion about the West, and believe it or not, some of us are quite content with our Eastern terrain, no matter how many shots you take. :?
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Old Oct 16, 2003, 3:54 PM   #63
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hey there everyone.
i guess ill give this a shot as well, even though ive only found this site about 6 months ago.

my real name is Bryce Morgan.
i live in Johannesburg in South Africa.
im 24 years old.not married.......yet :-) :roll:
i am a qualified SAP Consultant working in the IT industry but i also own my own global internet business...and am looking for a few international partners as well. we operate in a lotta countries around the world so things are going well, and im loving every second of it.

ive been into digital photography for about a year and a half now, and am thoroughly enjoying it.
the only thing i hate is trying to decide on what camera to buy.
if money was tight, then i suppose it would be easy, but when u looking from between $500 - $2000 US, i guess it gets a bit tough on the decision ha ha.

anyway, i call myself snakeman because i collect and breed reptiles, mostly burmese pythons and boa constrictors .
its a hobby that turned into a small business and im in touch with lots of guys and gals form the USA in the reptile trade anf hobby as well, so its quite fun.

anyways, here is a pic of me .

have a great day everybody.
cheers for now.
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Old Oct 16, 2003, 4:03 PM   #64
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Bryce -- On top of everything else you do, by the looks of those snakes, you can handle both blondes and brunettes with the greatest of ease!

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Old Oct 16, 2003, 5:28 PM   #65
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Now that got me to laugh out loud.

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Maybe its just me... but I've never seen a Yellow constrictor (of any time) before. From what I know, animals usually stand out when they are immedately dangerious (i.e. poisonous) to others. Does that logic apply here? What is the natural colors in its environment?

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Old Oct 16, 2003, 6:01 PM   #66
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Go to http://www.ralphdavisreptiles.com/im..._index_big.jpg

I'm not much of a snake person, but even I was impressed. Check out those colors...and lack thereof.

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Old Oct 16, 2003, 8:16 PM   #67
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That's really me! A little green guy!

Well, since I am always behind the camera, it isn't easy to find a picture of myself, but here is one taken in May when our daughter was born:



Of course it is now October, so that is a little out of date! My wife took some film shots of me holding Charis so I just need to wait until those are developed and scan them in and post them.

I was born in NY, lived in MD till I was 26, moved to CO, then moved to PA. Got married to a nice Christian girl I met on the Internet, then we moved to VA where we currently reside. We have a 2 year old boy and a 4 1/2 (almost 5) month old girl.

Let's see, what else was I supposed to say?

My other hobbies are: computers and anything outdoors, such as hiking and biking. I also help out with AWANA. I work for a telecommunications company in Virginia.

I think that covers it.

More pictures can be found here:

http://photos.jacobfam.net
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Old Oct 16, 2003, 10:40 PM   #68
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I'm a 45yr old hobby shooter in North Alabama, USA. I shot film (mostly nature/family) for 5yrs prior to going digital a few years ago (about the same time I started working with models). I've migrated from an Olympus 2.1mp, C2100UZI to a 5mp, Minolta Dimage 7i to a 3.2mp, Canon D30. Yes, size matters (sensor not camera).

I have an 11yr old daughter (mostly) living with my Ex in Florida, that I spoil horribly. Hobbies are outdoors activities of any kind. I am a computer nerd at work and for fun, building bigger, better, faster computers for myself & friends (a trend I find somewhat disturbing among others here also).

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hey there eric.

the yellow burmese that i am holding is the albino phase.
its called an albino burmese python.
the other one is the normal phase.
both r burmese pythons one is just the albino version.
costs a bit more but is unbelievably beautiful in person.

if u go to the picture forum on http://www.bobclark.com
u will see how big reptiles collecting and breeding is in the USA.

bob clark is the biggest python breeder in the world and if u go tio the other website that was suggested as well, u will see what Ralph Davis has to offer.
he specialises in Ball Pythons and some of them cost up to $20 000 US.

so there is a lotta money to be made there as well.

on bob's website u will see a lotta posts by Steve Gooch who is also a pro photographer and is also a keen reptile enthusiast.

hey there bcoultry.
i prefer the blondes :-) ha ha.
even though my ex is a brunette and we still get along like the greatest of friends.

chat to ya soon.
cheers for now.
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Old Oct 18, 2003, 8:25 PM   #70
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I will jump in here, fortunatly there are very few photos of me and I don't have a digital one at this time. Someday I will do something about that. Now about myself:

I will be 45 next month and live in Marshfield, Maine which is a very small town near the Canadian borber on the coast. I am a 9-1-1 dispatcher with 15 years in, a volunteer fire fighter for 25 years. I have taking photos and writing for local weekly papers since I was a sophomore in high school (started in 1975). I have also been a deputy sheriff and an EMT on an ambulance. Outside of photography my other interests are Ham Radio and coaching youth basketball, NASCAR and running a part time micro-business.
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