Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Wordless Wednesday- A Trip to the Zoo

Let's Go To The Zoo!!

Peacock

Zebras at Feed

Barnyard Play

Hmmm...not sure.


American Bison

A Family Portrait..see the baby?

Capybara..the World's Largest Rodent



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41 comments:

  1. Great pictures! I need to take my camera to the zoo to see what I can come up with.

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  2. Did you use your zoooooo-m lens? (Sorry, it had to be done.)

    Sweet shots- you caught the summertime in full swing and the animals at their best.

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  3. I just love zoos! Capybaras are one of my favorite animals...reminds me of our little guinea pig at home!

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  4. that capybara was BIG...like a couple of feet big. But I love his nose.

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  5. We love that zoo!!!! It is very well done ... and the lion is always roaring when we go!

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  6. Great pictures! I love visiting the zoos!

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  7. Love the trip to the zoo. great photos/

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  8. Awesome collection of zoo animals, Yeah the one looks like half turkey half stork???

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  9. I have no idea what that white bird is. I could not find a sign or anyone to ask.
    Any ideas anyone??>\

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  10. Nice outdoor trip in the zoo, I love the peacock, specially when the wings open. Have a nice day!

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  11. what a great day that must have been. Lovely shots!

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  12. These are wonderful. I love the capybara. He is a doll. thanks for theese.

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  13. Zebra butts! My friend was in Rwanda last summer and that's all he could get...in the time it took to take out a camera they always turned around on him!

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  14. I love these shots. Our national zoo is depressing so I'm not going.

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  15. I too love the capybara. I can't remember what zoo I first saw one in, but it was definitely love at first sight! I didn't get as close as you however!

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  16. This makes me want to get to the zoo. Love all the animal pics Happy WW

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  17. Great critter shots!
    Enjoyed seeing them.

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  18. Now I want to go to the zoo! Might have to wait until the rain and wind passes and the sun comes out again!

    Happy WW!

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  19. the car is clever advertising and your pictures are fun :)

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  20. those are such incredible shots. the shot of peacock is my favourite.

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  21. I absolutely LOVE your pictures!! I'm going to have to show my kids!! They are going to love the zebras, barnyard play and the family portrait! Priceless!!

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  22. Great pictures of the animals...they have so much character!

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  23. Great pictures of the animals...they have so much character!

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  24. Loved the "barnyard play" pic. That zoo needs penguins and then it would be complete. Of course, you knew I was going to say that!

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  25. LOL @ that last image...I'd be running from that if it were chasing me!

    Awesome images....love Zoos!!

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  26. We brought our little ones to the zoo last year...I think we will go again next year..it is about an 8 hour drive for us..

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  27. I must say, I am a sucker for baby animals and there were a few I could not get pics of. Two very new baby snow leopards...a baby monkey and his mom..

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  28. So many of those pictures would make fantastic greeting cards! Love, love, love the Barnyard Play photo!

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  29. when my children were little we would always stop at the Cape May Zoo on our way home from the shore. Great zoo!! thanks for sharing

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  30. We need to hit up the zoo soon! These are great pictures. I want no part of that huge rodent. Hope they are nowhere near here!!

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  31. Happy WW and thanks for stopping by!! I have never seen a rodent that large!! Peacocks are kind of cool to watch!

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  32. Great photos. I've never even heard of the capybara before, but then I'm not into rodents . . . but he looks interesting.

    I love all the photos! Thanks!

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  33. Great pictures from the zoo. The last one is a scary looking critter.

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  34. Thanks for the trip round the zoo, it looks great. Thanks also for visiting my blog

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  35. The white bird is an Ibis - we were amused to see them in a zoo in Canada, as they are everywhere here. THey fill the park near our house, and they also love to hang out at the dump. I think they are possibly the rat of the bird world!

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  36. thank you Ali!

    yes...there were orange birds with these scary, rather ugly white ones and I see now that there were ibis (plural is ibides or ibes) too.

    Ali came to the rescue!

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  37. Looks like a successful outing. Love zoo pics. Thanks for linkin up for WW!

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  38. What an intense blue on that peacock, and capybaras always remind me of the Rodents of Unusual Size from the Princess Bride ;).

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  39. Wow that's a rodent?!

    Gorgeous photos these are! I want to visit the zoo again soon with the kids.

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