I found this western diamondback rattlesnake at dusk, while it was lying in ambush in a slight depression of the ground. I took some pictures with the 150 macro lens. The snake was somewhat alerted by my presence, as the tongue flickering denotes, but I maintained a sufficient distance to avoid excessive disturbance and escape. Sonora desert, 2011.
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