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Old Aug 17, 2013, 10:22 AM   #11
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Great stuff. Was this at Woodland Park? Last time I was there I had the E-1 with me because it was raining buckets. My wife and I had to just run for it and one point. Needless to say my pics are not as bright and clear as yours

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Yes it was. No rain this time, just a long, hot, fun, tiring day out. We almost fell asleep over coffees at the end.
Then I left my keys on the table there and they'd locked up after us. David didn't hesitate, he climbed over the revolving, one way exit gate and walked back and found them there.
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Even in the rain a day at the zoo is always fun. In fact we may have had even more fun because of the downpour. Made for some fun memories. Glad you got your keys back!

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Very enjoyable picture Ken, well done!!
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Wonderful shots, you wouldn't think these were shot at a zoo.
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Wonderful shots, you wouldn't think these were shot at a zoo.
Thanks James. A lot of people think it's my back yard.

The lions, bears and otters were shot through glass. Really thick glass I may add.
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These shots are definitely fun, and do remind me of why I still keep the E500 around.

As James said, they really don't look like they were shot at a zoo - that place did a great job of landscaping.

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I can follow in what Ted said here above.
I also keeping my E-500, maybe as backup, but it is not used for a long time by now.
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