A visit to the Zoo: Part II

 

Β Every Monday Jo is taking us for a walk. Today you can join her for some hiking in Poland.

41 Comments on “A visit to the Zoo: Part II

  1. Your photos almost reconcile me to zoos! Where else could you see such wonderful animals in a short stroll? You photos are superb. I’ll soon be running round the Warsaw zoo with my 18 month old grandchildren: they too need fenced space. I can guarantee my photos won’t be a patch on these!

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  2. He’s a good-looking lion! The one in Krakow was roaring his head off- not at all amused. I really don’t like big cats caged or sad-eyed chimpanzees but if they have decent space it’s not so bad.
    Many thanks for joining me πŸ™‚ You’re always welcome.

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    • πŸ˜† oh no, these are much nicer Draco and I did not notice that any of them smell as the one in my office πŸ˜€ I needed a laugh today. THANK YOU πŸ™‚

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  4. Great photos! I have tried, but can’t never take a good pic in a zoo. I like the bird and lion especially.

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    • Thank you very much Amy. It is not easy to take pics through a chain link fence and scratched glass…

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    • I don’t know what bird exactly are you referring to? Is it the White-naped Crane, the Cockatoo or the African Sacred Ibis? My favourite is always the Cockatoo.

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  5. Great pics! I have this love/hate thing with zoos. I love that I can see animals I’d never otherwise see. I hate that they have to be caged. Last time I went to a zoo, I didn’t get good pictures. I especially love your lion and bear pictures!

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    • Il y en a d’autres qui etaient caches.. je dois retourner πŸ˜‰ Je te remercie Julie de ta belle visite. Bisous

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  6. I’m glad I’m not an animal living in a zoo. Well, philosophically speaking I guess we can say that we’re all animals in a zoo, but at least we’re not physically caged (most of us).

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  8. Such great shots of all these beauties Paula! I can see you truly enjoyed. πŸ˜€ β™₯ Hugs β™₯

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