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Old Jan 18, 2012, 12:29 PM   #11
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All the pictures are what I'd expect from you, Harriet. Well composed, sharp and crispy. But the one that catches my interest more is #2, the flamingo. Shapes, patterns and colours makes an appealing combination at the same time as the picture forces you to look twice to identify what it is. For the wall!

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Old Jan 18, 2012, 12:32 PM   #12
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As always - really enjoy your photography. #3 and #4 are great to my eyes. Thanks for sharing -- hope your back feels better.
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Old Jan 18, 2012, 12:55 PM   #13
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Great shots Harriet, I haven't been to the zoo with a DSLR and the only time I have been to the San Diego zoo was in the 70's with film, and I don't remember much. Thanks for posting


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Thanks for the compliments. My favorite of this series is the sleeping flamingo (#2), though I thought the fur of the sentry meerkat (#3) came out nicely, as did the fur of the Koala (#1). The Panda is probably not far behind. Interesting that so many liked the elephant - I thought it was a nice picture and what's zoo pictures without an elephant (#4), but didn't think it was exceptional. I thought the funniest picture taken the whole day was the last one - Dan has a sense of humor and often spots things like that when I miss them entirely.

P.S. Forgot to mention - I think the DA*60-250 would be a great zoo lens, at least at this zoo. It would probably get you close enough but would allow you to take something other than portraits.

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