Zoo Pics

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  1. oldmacman

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    Nice set. Cheetah pics are nice and I really like the exposure on the Zebras.
     
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    The zebras sure stand out - and the "stork" is a marabu, as far as I can see. ;)
     
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    Thanks, the posting at the zoo said "something stork". I could remember "Stork", but not what kind it is. So that's right a "Marabu stork", I just checked it on google.
     
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    For me, it is between the elephant and the zebras. I like them both.
     
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    Yeah, the zebras kept, ahem, there backs to me and I couldn't hang around too long to wait for a better shot. I think my wife gets more frustrated waiting for me than the kids do. I do like the patterns on the zebras and the way they get dappled with light falling through the trees.

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