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Maligno
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Sep 04, 2010 18:35 |  #1

Hello everyone,

Going topost 2 more photos then wait to make sure they were done right. Long time looker 2nd post. I can't run with most of the talent here. I figured it was time I contributed though.

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Sep 04, 2010 20:20 |  #2

I like both of these, but especially the first. I know there is some stuff cut off but I really like the tight crops on both as well.


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Sep 04, 2010 21:26 |  #3

Yeah, that gorilla is outstanding!
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Sep 05, 2010 03:20 |  #4

very nice




  
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Sep 05, 2010 15:08 |  #5

Both are brilliant pictures

No1 was made for a caption competition and i'd like to start.


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Sep 05, 2010 15:11 |  #6

#1
"Should I have the banana's or the ants"




  
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Sep 06, 2010 17:54 |  #7

I was thinking of making a trip to that zoo and was wondering if you would recommend it.

Great shots by the way.




  
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Sep 07, 2010 00:25 |  #8

I love both of them, I am going to have to take a trip to the zoo.


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Maligno
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Sep 07, 2010 10:29 as a reply to  @ troybal's post |  #9

It's not bad. Get there when it opens. You get about 2-3 hours before the throngs of screaming kids set in. I spent 4 hours taking my time. The Gorilla exhibit is by far the best part.

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Sep 07, 2010 11:17 |  #10

i think the first shot is exelent




  
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Sep 07, 2010 19:04 |  #11

Maligno wrote in post #10864884 (external link)
It's not bad. Get there when it opens. You get about 2-3 hours before the throngs of screaming kids set in. I spent 4 hours taking my time. The Gorilla exhibit is by far the best part.

Mali

Thank's for the info.




  
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Sep 12, 2010 12:55 as a reply to  @ jbd007's post |  #12

You're too modest - the Gorilla is far better than anything I've gotten at Atl Zoo. Another tip for others - the pandas are winter animals in Atl - go in the morning in late autumn / winter, and you get them outside, and a lot more active as it's not stupidly hot.

My profile pick is from back in Jan.

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