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PostPosted: Sun Feb 28, 2010 1:30 am 
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On a recent trip to Thailand I spent an afternoon at the Chiang Mai zoo. Here are a few shots I took. C&C as always is appreciated.

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All are with the 50D and 18-200mm

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Panda is favorite :D...Good shooting

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Nice shots, the fencing in the foreground adds to the shot of the leopard in my opinion as it tells a story of captivity and goes with the slightly nervous expression in his face (one reason why zoos always leave me feeling a bit depressed :(...

The shot of the panda is nicely composed, but it looks to me to have a bit of a green cast to it. Easily sorted in an image editor though. Good work!

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Thanks for the comments!

Mikek75, Yes I feel the same about zoos however this one is definitely the best that I have been to. All the animals are well cared for and have large and varied enclosures.
We went to an animal park in Bangkok as part of a tour and the conditions were terrible :(

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Very nice shots indeed! :) I like the leopard. The mesh in the foreground nciely blurred.

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