The snakes move from the shed roof into the tree
From the tree they fall to the ground and one is less than pleased by the attention from the camera.
I spent a few years working in wildlife care and it saddened me the number of people who would call us for a snake identification, after they had killed the snake. Snakes play a valuable roll in our eco system, and though they may not be our favourite creatures, I imagine the feeling is mutual. We are of no interest to snakes and, unless we interfere with them, the chances of our being bitten is almost non existent. Nature also loathes a vacuum, so kill one snake and another will move in, possibly something more dangerous. I was told by a local snake expert that if you kill, or relocate a carpet snake, a red-bellied black snake (venomous) moves in, kill the black and it's replaced by a brown snake (more venomous than the red-bellied black and more aggressive). Also, as people have found before, the rodent population can explode. So keep your distance, enjoy their beauty and thank them for the service they perform