Red Panda

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  1. sabbath999

    sabbath999 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    EXIF: D40, 70-200 VR with TC-17 on it, 1/400 f/8, fill flash from 20 feet above the animal, ISO 400
     
  2. eon_blue

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    Very nice, I saw one of these little guys at the zoo not too long ago, first time I ever heard of a red panda.

    I like the point of view and the fact that he's looking up at you. Nice and crisp shot too.

    He looks like he's laying in someone's backyard, lol. Are these things wild in Missouri? I go there once a year to visit family and I can't say I've ever run into one...
     
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    aww cute look :)
    Good exposure and great that he was looking right at you!
    I take it the enclosure made getting down low either impossible or difficult
     
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    They are native to China and Parts of India. Amazingly gorgeous and endangered animals. What a shame, they definately are beautiful. The picture is great.

    Mark
     

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