I went to the Zoo recently with Eva, a friend and the friend’s not quite 2 year old (then; since then, the child has become 2). While there, I took some photos, as I am wont to do. So I’m sharing them with you all, also as I am wont to do. Because, after all, isn’t everyone’s day improved by the presence of a polar bear?
The Polar bear was definitely among the most photogenic of the animals we saw that day. In fact, there were two polar bears wandering around together. And by together, I mean at the same time, but not really ever getting around to acknowledging one another’s existence.
As everyone knows, I’m a cat person, and that extends to the less domesticated of the cats who are present at the Zoo. The ocelot, a small cat, despite a name that sounds like it should belong to a marine invertebrate, was a challenging subject. He was walking quickly, and often not where I wanted him to. Did I mention that he’s a cat?
A much easier photographic subject is the rhododendron. It stood completely still, for which I was very glad.
I’m particularly pleased with the texturing of the flowers in that photo.
In the gallery below, you can find a few more photos: Elephant, warthog, sunbear.
All in all, a day at the zoo.