S is for Snake


Two identical ‘S’s’, one a font size down or so,  should do the trick. Or is there a way of doing it in one?  Could a seraph ‘S’ give us more of a snake tongue?  We will only know what is really working when we find the right wood or metal block. That’s what i love about this project.

The last remaining populations of broad-headed snakes in Sydney are being threatened by encroaching woodland that is destroying their habitat.
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