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Old 14th of May 2012 (Mon)   #1
talloulou
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Default NW Trek Wild Animal Park, Eatonville, Wa

Spent mother's day with the kids at the NW Trek in Eatonville, WA. It happened to be the sunniest/warmest day we've had so far this year but there were some good photo ops and not every animal was hiding in the shade. The park has a tram that rides you through the fields and there are plenty of opportunities to hang the camera out the window and shoot as you're moving by. I wished they stopped/slowed down more but it's not really designed for photographers. I actually got a wee bit motion sick from sitting backwards while moving forward and trying to look through the view finder of the camera the whole time. Still a fun trip though if you're in the area. Comments and critique welcomed!















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