Visit to the zoo

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  1. (Ghastly) Krueger

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    These are from a local zoo called "Africam".
    1. Giraffe
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    2. Zebra
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    3. Rhino
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    4. Grey wolf
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    5. Lions 1[​IMG]

    5. Lions 2
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    6 And a bear
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    Thanks for looking
     
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    Heehee, I actually laughed when I saw that last one (cheeky bear!) Nice sharp shots of the giraffe, rhino and bear.
     
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    love the rhino. its sharp.

    couple of focusing probs but great set.
     
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    Those are great pictures. I really like the zebra and the rhino. My wife likes the second lion picture the best.

    The giraffe seems to have a fifth leg though. I laughed a little at that tree's placement. hehe
     
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    Thanks, Anty. I actually thought of you (and Colin) with this shot.

    Thanks. The lions and bear were shot through the car's window (In this zoo you go in your car and the animals are not caged but wander in eonclosed areas of different size. Park's policy to have the windows shut in those areas and the tigers... wonder why?)

    And I still have to work in finding my lense's "sweet spots" and other stuff.

    Thanks for your comments. I also liked the tone of the 2nd lions shot.
     

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