Simply Sublime SnakesDPMag Published in Blog
Sometimes all I want to do is see beautiful photographs for no particular reason, so that's what I've got for you today. Los Angeles-based advertising photographer Mark Laita has been working on an interesting personal project that's taken him around the world to zoos, breeders and laboratories in order to photograph the world's deadliest snakes. It just so happens that these animals are also amazingly beautiful and photogenic as well. Check out a sampling at the Feature Shoot blog, then head over to Mr. Laita's web site to see more of the Serpentine project, as well as a variety of his other work.
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