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Singapore Zoo Monochrome

At the zoo in Singapore with my son.

We did a double photo combo, with my 10-year-old son holding the Canon 600D with a 40mm f 2.8 STM lens and I holding my Leica M6. I’ll post my photographs another day.

All photos here, except for the elephant shot, were by my son.

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On the way to the zoo, he found the water droplets at the back of a bus interesting.

He’s developing a good visual sense, I must say.

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Nice monkey.

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Nice erm … plant thingey.

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Looking up to see itself.

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Nice fishes.

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A very charming gentleman.

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Nice big mole.

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I waited for a while before everything came together in this shot.

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I told my son to wait till all the necks were parallel with one another.

Would have been better if they were between the trees in contrast with the background.

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A horse (pony?) sticking its neck out.

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Feed the goats!

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My son was fascinated by the polar bear show.

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It’s a powerful looking bear. We were told polar bears weigh only about 350 grams at birth.

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This is grace.

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Power.

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Determination.

 

When I grow up I want to be a polar bear.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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