Wildlife – encaged. A visit to the zoo.
Zoos give me the strange feel. I’m sorry for the guys in cages – but I still went there and paid to see them. Why?
Took a short walk. It seemed I hadn’t had one for ages. Here are the Guys I spotted in park alleys. Enjoy!
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Yet another Dogspotting, again on the Roker Beach and in its proximity. It’s a really nice destination. And you can count on Dog Owners/Walkers there – they are to be found at any time.
I think this is a pretty majestic Dogspotting. All the Guys look somehow serious, even somehow imposive, don’t they? Professionals.
Thank you to all the Owners who let me take photos!
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Fresh photos from today’s event.
It was absolutely awesome to shoot these Guys. I took lots of photos and it was really difficult to decide what to publish. Here are my picks, but for more you should visit my Facebook page.
I volunteered for Friends of Backhouse and Barley Mow Parks.
It was much fun and the atmosphere was definitely positive. I’m glad to have taken part in this Event!
Dogspotting on the beach!
It was truly wonderful. I met six great Dogs (I can’t publish one of them and I’m really sorry about that) and four really nice Owners. If any of you happens to read it, please know that I really appreciate when you stop and try to make your Dog pose for the photo. I don’t expect it – all I want when I ask about taking the photo is to make sure you won’t get annoyed with it. It’s extremely nice when you try to help.
Well, below are the results.
I’ll surely be at the coast with my Camera shortly – it’s a wonderful place to have some interesting shoots.
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These photos did have to wait a long time to be published. At some point I even forgot about them. But finally, here they are.
The set presents three diffrent Dogs, even if they do look quite similar. They’re very well-trained and obedient… but only to one of the Owners, who wasn’t there with me during the shoot. As a result we did have lots of fun trying to capture these Beasts.
Here’s a part of what I managed to do, with M. and Ola’s help.
There are not only Dogs out there, really.
Actually, I’ve already met a variety of creatures, some of which have already been published here. Now the time has come for Seagulls, which can perfectly well substitute for an alarm clock in the morning, and Mr Swan.
There ale plenty of Seagulls all around the city. I love them walking calmly down the street, not caring about the cars passing by. There are more and less important things, right? Seagulls and people, for instance.
As to Mr Swan, I seem to have met him doing his evening yoga. Majestically – can Swans do things in a different manner?