night shooting and at the zoo

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  1. peterpan1

    peterpan1 TPF Noob!

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    this is my first night shooting

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    this is at the zoo

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    i hope you all like it :D
     
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    I love the night shot! Where is that taken?
    ~Tim
     
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    Good job on the night shot. The building looks like a bug. I second the motion for more details.
     
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    Its a bumble bee :)

    Good work!!
     
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    It is a Bumble Bee!!! Cool. Where is this photo taken?
     
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    thank :D it's was taken in Singapore. i agree it really look like Bumble Bee :D
     
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    Super job on that first night shot.
     
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    Great job on that night shot! Very nice, would you have a bigger version of it by chance? If so, would love to see it larger.

    Heh heh, that second one is funny, looks as if the elephant is about to inhale that man's head.
     

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