Bear, Lion, Tiger.

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  1. Dirty Murd

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    Three shots from my last trip to the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle, WA.
    They're a little big because i didnt get a chance to resize...sorry about that.

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    Oh my. :lol:

    Like the pictures. The stump in #3 is a bit distracting but I like the expressions on the cats' faces.
     
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    +1..

    haha, kitty looks like it wants to eat ya!
     
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    haha i know right? i like the tiger one a lot! :)
     
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    The photo of the tiger is most easily the best of the bunch. The other two are too centrally composed, and I wonder where the chromatic abberration in 1 came from? (Well, I hope I used the right word here, or is it just colour noise?)

    The bear photo looks more like a snapshot to me than a photo as such, it seems like had you waited for yet another while, there might have been a better photo waiting for you!?!
     
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    Cool shots.

    I've seen Grizzlies in the wild that close (and closer). It's much less unnerving to see them at the zoo :lol:

    I agree that the stump is a little distracting and the focus on the bear is a bit on the soft side.
     
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    I like the images however they are not as sharp and there is noise in the shots
    I love the bear.
     

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