A day at Taronga

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  1. fr33lanc3r

    fr33lanc3r Member

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    Haven't had a chance to get down to Taronga for a long while now. Just thought I would share some of the images from the trip a few days ago. As always C&C is greatly appreciated.

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    Thanks for looking
     
  2. ElBeasto

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    Really nice set. :)

    What sort of focal lengths would one need for a day at Taronga do you think?
     
  3. chainbolt

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    Wonderful set, the strong green in the first 2 pics caught my eye.
     
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    MR CHILLED D'oh!

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    Definitely #3, #4 and #6 for my mind. I'm a fan of the close up shots.
     
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    I like 1 and 4 although the green is pretty punchy on my work monitor for the 1st one.

    Nice set, well done:thumbup:
     
  6. bleAf!

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    Nice set of shots. Really like the snow leopard(?) in the third shot - especially the eyes.
     
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    wow, lovely. I love the first one with the hairy chappy putting his hand out to the bird.
     
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    fr33lanc3r

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    Thanks, I have only ever been to Toronga with a max of 200mm but I would imagine 300mm would be very nice to use just for that little extra reach when he animals are playing around the back of there pens. Having said that I seem to have done well with my previous lens as well the kit 55-20mm.

    Thanks very much.

    Thanks very much glad that you liked it.

    Thanks for comments appreciate it.

    Yeahs snow leopard its such a great animal glad that you like the shot.

    Thanks very much yeah it was one of those times that it payed to be a little patient and wait for something to happen glad you like it.
     

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