NC Zoo trip

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    First real chance I've had to break in my new (to me) Canon 70-200 f4. Spent Saturday at the zoo with my girlfriend and really enjoyed the lens.
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    The whole set is here: Zoo 4/11/09 - a set on Flickr

    Let me know what you guys think.
     
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    5 Is my favourite, nice tones, almost monochrome. Bear need to cut his nails a bit though, ;)
     
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    I enjoyed 5 the most. The parrot is striking as well.
     
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    I like 5,4,3 the most but I was not a fan of 1 because of the enclosure in the background.
     
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    Thanks for the comments! I almost forgot I posted this here...

    The monkeys were pretty hard to shoot, they had a huge enclosure for 3 small monkeys so of course they hung out in the far back. The animals were pretty lethargic that day, I guess it's not surprising though for living in a zoo.
     

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