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Old Mar 17, 2012, 7:54 AM   #1
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Unashamedly inspired by Nick Brandt though not even close to anything he has ever done. He used large format and doesn't shoot at a zoo.













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Old Mar 17, 2012, 5:38 PM   #2
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We be nice in color.
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I wouldn't want to meet that tiger in a dark forest
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I wouldn't want to meet that tiger in a dark forest
Yeah, he gave me a great look there!

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Very nice Brad. These work well as B&W, and the processing makes them great. I kinda favor the monkey pic, although that pesky limb.....

Not familiar with Nick Brandt, but I will do a google and see.
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OK, did a search, saw some nice images. He shot his animals in their natural location, and probably under ideal conditions for him. Considering your animals were behind bars, you done good.
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Thanks, Hawg. The gibbon is my favorite as well.

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Super shots DigMe- work a treat in B+W- lovely contrast....
I think the Rhino is my fave'...
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Thanks a lot, Simon!

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