Created June 21, 2003Northern Territory, Australia. Two-month old Ashlee Langford rests unafraid on the coils of an 11-foot, 22-pound, Olive Python snake called "Ollie." Fear of snakes, it seems, is pre-programmed into primates but may lay dormant until an appropriate signal triggers it to life. Photographed for the article, The Mind is What the Brain Does, published in National Geographic magazine’s March 2006 issue. Limited Edition of 30.