Thursday, October 21, 2010

Darkness, Lovely Stripes and Pattern

Since I took many other photos over the past day, I wanted to share a few that I took on a whim.
This is Lucky, my Silver Bullet Male. Yes, he got that dark... It is really interesting how the change of color happened, and the odd speckles of blonde that have popped up over the last year.

He will be in rotation for the upcoming season, although I'm not sure what with. Anything he produces will be either Cinnamons or Pewters at the very least. Not sure what to do with him, but I'm glad to have him here!


 And this is the Red Axanthic male I picked up this season. He is not in the rotation, as he is just a little baby, but he is really cool, and I had a lot of fun admiring him thru the camera. I love his almost stripe too!

And because the other clutch shed out, the Red Axanthic is set up with a Pastel het Red and the Pewter het Red.
I did this photo mostly to compare the colorations of the Red and the Pastel het, as the Pastel het Red is a muddy yellow to say the least. The browns and reds come out well with the morph, which does not do the Pastel portion justice, of course.

And the Pewter het Red is a fanatastic shade of grey right now, which will more than likely turn into a lovely slate grey when he gets older. I love his pattern. We shall see!

And the same group with the flash. This photo is more true to color, and I am still working on that to be able to have it so that there is not such a discrepancy in the colors.

But they look great!

Tomorrow will be something else. I may do a revisit of a few of the things I have done over the past few years.

Have a fantastic day, my friends!

1 comment:

Jackie M. said...

Wow. I think Lucky's actually turned out pretty hot! More gold dust than silver bullet.