a quick morning at the zoo......

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  1. Jeepnut28

    Jeepnut28 TPF Noob!

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    This ****er was just staring at me:
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    when I grow old and hairy, I want someone to pick the bugs off of me too:
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    look another monkey!
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    holy crap...they are everywhere!
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    "sit and smile for your Uncle Leon, or I am going to throw you to the gorillas"
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    nice photos, like the bird one the most.--Danny
     
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    HOLY CRAP A FLOATING KID! RUN!
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    So you went with your nieces?
    The photos of them are really nice. I started to like the one of "the floating kid" very much because of the action and her flying hair and for the very fact that she is airborne (!), then I saw the one of her sister (mistaking her for the first girl at first, despite the different set of clothes, but many do, don't they?) and thought, now what an endearing expression this one is, her offering you the fallen leaves, and what a pretty child. Also the photo as such is nicely done: no distracting shadows, nothing that distracts from her in the background, focus right where it belongs (on those very pretty brown eyes), natural surroundings, a natural expression, some "action" that makes sense ... and then, at last, I see the two of them giggling like mad! :D

    Which is why I tend to like "the other monkeys" even better than your two animal photos ;).
     

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