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pete.rush
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Shots from visit to Marwell zoological park in hampshire

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Post #1, Apr 10, 2008 14:39:36


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No responses? Wow! Those are great shots!! I love the second one, very well done. (good title too, clever!)

Post #2, Apr 10, 2008 19:47:19


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They are real nice shots...

I'd do some more cropping to show their great faces.

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pete.rush
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Thanks for the comments guy's.....several of the shots were taken from over a fence as this was the only way to get a nice close shot, unfortunately was on tiptoes and trying to balance as well, need to be stretched on a rack 6ft 7 might has done.

Post #4, Apr 11, 2008 02:49:51 as a reply to johnstoy's post 6 hours earlier.


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well done pictures

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Coriena
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Man i love otters - they are wonderful shots - thanks for sharing them :)

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