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Old Mar 4, 2007, 9:43 PM   #11
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Very nice, I like the duck quite a bit and the Siberian Tiger is another favorite. I suppose I need to visit a zoo sometime soon.

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Old Mar 4, 2007, 10:46 PM   #12
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well done on the photos
i like the Fennec fox ( i think thats what it is)
the first one looks rather natural
no zoo intrusions and no reflections which can be hard
Mandarin ducks are a great subject
very colourful
was it possible to get lower?
more at the level of the duck?

i like the red pandas too

no Aussie animals though
whats going on???

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Old Mar 5, 2007, 12:55 AM   #13
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Thank you Ishino. I knew someone would know the ID on the bird.

Thanks Nonentity1. I really love the zoo. The only place most of our planets animals can be sen these days.

Thanks Gamnut. Yes it is a Fennac fox. My g/f loves these. I think we spent more time at their enclosure than anywhere else. The natural look was due to my playing in CS2 and de-saturating the reds.
Unfortunately I was shooting ove a fence to get the duck. They don't like to get to close.
The closet the zoo seems to get to Oz is the NZ Kookaburry. Really wish they would get Koalas, and would love to see a Duckbill Platypus.

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