Few Shots from London Zoo

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  1. the real slim aidy

    the real slim aidy TPF Noob!

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    Been a while since i been out with the camera hope you like.

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    My photos must be rubbish or this site is rubbish now not one comment to say good, bad , or boring nothing at all.
     
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    great set love the cuckabara ive still got a long way to go:thumbup:
     
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    Thanks Andy been posted for few days no one seemed to comment on them :grumpy:
     
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    posted friday evening - when most members will be out cold from the night life ;)
    then a weekend appeared - weekends are bad times to post images - they often get ignored or burried under a torrent of other peoples work - also some people do this "going out" thingy so arn't around to comment much - once they are trapped back at work during the week is a better time ;) - don't lose heart!

    Looks like it was a dull (cloudy) day from the lighting - though the otter shot stands out with the better lighting and I think I like that one best of the set. The 4th shot is also good with the pose - and a good one of the kookobura (ok you know which bird I mean I hope) with his eye showing in detail and through those tiny bars that they have.

    Must say its a bit of a shame that the light was darker since you have so many pitch black eyes I would have been tempted to use flash to give some fill - though animals with colourfull eyes is always tricky to get.
     
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    Thanks for your comments most appreciated.;)
     

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