At The Zoo

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    Went to the zoo for a few hours day. It was ridiculous hot and a lot of people but still had a good time. Here a few pictures I took....enjoy. Always up for your thoughts as well.



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    5. I hate this picture is blury but I still really like it. Shooting through glass is not easy!

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    I really love the 3rd and 4th for different reasons. The first is just a classic, the second is a great action shot :)
     
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    Great color and composition on the first elephant shot. The last two are also nice.
     
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    Loving the textures and comp on #3! :thumbup:
     
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    hey thanks everyone. i really would like to go back, on a much cooler-less busy day. Love the colors on the fish, and birds, just couldn't get close nor had the patience to wait on all the screaming children. Its rather difficult with most animals, either ya have to shoot angled down on top of them or through some fingerprinted, snot covered window....or fence. any tips?
     

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