Lemurs

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  1. demain

    demain TPF Noob!

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    The girlfriend and I took a trip to the Greensboro Natural Science Center and I got a chance to photograph these lemurs. They were suprisingly active and their awesome eyes made for some interesting pictures. Enjoy.

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    excellent pictures!
    do you have more from this center? i'd love to see them.
     
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    awesome lemur pictures! probably some of the best I've ever seen!
     
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    Thanks for the kind words guys!

    I wasnt particularly happy with many of the others of the animals...The center is mostly an indoor museum with a smaller zoo area out back. Pretty much all of the other outdoor animals (tigers, wolves, snakes, monkeys, etc) were just laying around and didnt really give me an opportunity for any decent photos. Heres one of a peacock that turned out okay:

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    those guys are beautiful.
    i generally feel the same way when i get home from the zoo. i try to go often enough to get some action shots though.
     

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