Bloody Roar

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  1. doenoe

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    but without the blood..................and the roar too.
    Made some quickshots in the zoo on the way to the exit :)
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    There are a few more to be seen on www.daanschouwe.nl
    Thanks for looking
    Greetz Daan
     
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    Oooo, nicely done! All of 'em are good, but I especially like 3 (predator mode) and 4 (posing nicely), because they look like they could have been taken in the wild. Nice eye contact in that first one too, and she's so nicely positioned in the frame.
     
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    great shots... I recently went to the zoo, but the tigresses were sleeping so just caught them snoozing. Maybe next time they will be up and about :)
    BTW #4 is my favorite.
     
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    Just throw a rock or two at them. It usually gets their attention...

    I'm diggin' number one.
     
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    Thanks for the comments :)
    I was with the lions and hour before feeding time, they always get active then. So i dont know if they feed the lions at your zoo when the zoo is open, but then its the best place to be there.
     

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