Selective Color

Albino Burmese Python

Smiling Woman holding a boa constrictor in Thornton Park, Orlando.

Every second Thursday, Orlando’s Thornton Park hosts a wine and art walk. During this event, booths display artwork along the sidewalks. As this happens, attendees drink wine at various spots.

I don’t drink. Yet, I think you pay a fee for a wristband. The wristband gains you free samples of wine at various spots.

During one event, I ran across a woman holding an albino Burmese python. I had never seen one before.

I gained the pet owner’s permission to photograph her holding the snake. I photographed her twice.

The photo you see on this blog is the first one I took.

At home, I used selective color and focused on the snake, showcasing the yellow skin.

I can go on about how these Burmese pythons are a huge invasive species problem in South Florida.

Yet, this a photoblog, not an animal blog.

This photo is in my book Selective Color. Available on Amazon.

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