Rotterdam Zoo *Lots-o-pics*

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  1. doenoe

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    Sunday i went to Blijdorp, which is a zoo in Rotterdam. Its really big and you dont even notice that you are in the middle of a big city.
    Anyways, i took my 350d, 70-300mm lens and a tripod. Next time ill leave the tripod at home, cause i never used it (allthough at some shots i should have) Took 360 pictures and there is only a small amount that didnt have camera shake................i really have to get used to this lens :er:
    So, here are some pics that worked out pretty nice (at least i think they did :mrgreen: )

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    Thanks for looking
    Greetz Daan
     
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    What a variety!

    They are all great! The DOF you get with your lens is great and you could really zoom in onto the animals, which I like! When we were in Emmen, I so sorely missed my 35mm Canon with the 300mm lens! I must go to a zoo again soon now!

    And a wombat! Wow! (Well I do take the animal in Photo 3 for a wombat, hopefully I am not totally and embarrassingly wrong here.....)
     
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    (psssst.........that isnt a wombat, i forgot what it is though. Wombats are rounder that that)

    Thanks for the reply :)
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    (Psssst.... it is NOT? But you can't help me out of my online calamity by telling me WHAT it is? Dang... :confused: )

    (I have an idea that it could be what is "Murmeltier" in German, but someone "stole" my dictionary and I can't look up what that is in English right now...grrr)
     
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    All are good. I think #9 is my fav...wet otter?
     
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    I really wouldnt know..........i only know that it was displayed in the Oceanium (part of the zoo) and it was in the south america part (if i remember correctly)

    And yes, thats a wet otter. Great little creatures
     
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    love 2 6 and 9, the sea creature, tiger and otter. nice work. is #3 a sloth? I've never seen one of those either. there are some strange critters out there... #1 a prairie dog? i haven't seen one of those in a while either. we used to have them all over the southwest...
     
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    Im sure it isnt a sloth.
    Ill check with my bro, he got this little book. I think all the animals are in there, that were displayed.
    And the first one is a prairie dog, cute little buggers
     

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