roaming the wilds of south west Surrey
Close-up detail of adult smooth snake’s scales, showing the edge of the ventral scales at the bottom. The reason for the name ‘smooth’ snake is that their scales lack the central ridge present in the adder and grass snake. Gorgeous!
Cool closeup detail!
Thanks Phil! 🙂
Okay, it’s not a tree bark 🙂 but you surprised me again and again with your photos! Gorgeous!
Thank you Charles! What a lovely thing to say! 🙂
They are! 😀
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