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Old Sep 24, 2005, 3:04 AM   #1
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My wife surprised me with a trip to the San Diego Wild Animal Park, and she set up the Photo Safari ahead of time. It is expensive (about $90 per person) but if you ever visit San Diego County, you have to bring your equipment and do it. Amazing photo opportunities. I took about 600 shots with my FZ5.

There was only 5 people on the back of our flatbed truck, so it was roomy and nice.

All shots taken in "P" mode, -1/3EV with Auto-Bracketing On, auto ISO, auto white balance, cropped and resized only (ok, I sharpened one of them).

From 50 feet away;
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Really scary stork...
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Gene Simmons of the animal kingdom
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Enforcing the sign?
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Lotta weight to haul around
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Feeding the Rhinos...yeah, they get this close and you drop apple slices in their mouth.
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Thank you, thank you very much!
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