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Wait what a timber, in AZ?
Wow amazing spotting, you are so lucky!
Very nice, I love flight shots!
Sorry to break the news to you but chances are this is an older melanistic red ear slider, or possibly a melanistic cooter which looks more probable because normally the mel sliders have a white or grey ear
This is most certainly a non-venomous water snake such as the banded or broad banded water snake.
The pictures say harmless water snake
I am not extremely familiar with florida snakes but this one seems to have a cool pattern
Awesome spotting but this is a non venomous snake as you can see by the non triangular head this is most likely a banded or florida water snake.
I would say western, the panhandle of OK is the western coachwhip.
I can definitely tell from just the spotting's you already have I am going to like what you have to upload!