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    Beautiful closeups Joe, he's very brown, almost copper coloured.
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    He was just standing/lying around on the wood warming himself up in the sun.

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    Great shots! He looks really 'leathery' there!

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    Nice closeups, but it does make him look like a good candidate for a pair of shoes

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    Albeit a very TINY pair of shoes....

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    Just big enough for one toe.

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