Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Beautiful Pictures of Animal Photography













The other day, I passed by the National Zoo at Ulu Klang and was pleasantly surprised by the new refurbished look of its entrance. Well, it's about time!

It's been many years since I last visited the National Zoo so I suppose a visit again is on the cards. I'm actually very happy that the authorities decided not to relocate the National Zoo. It's just about 12km from the city center. The proposed location is so remotely away from the city that the distance would be a deterrent to visitors. As it is, National Zoo is badly in need of more gate-takings.











A zoo provides one with a lot of photo opportunities, that is if you like animal photography. Many factors come into play in order to get the best results - patience and determination and having skills relating to photography including camera-handling.

If animal photography is your favourite, you will enjoy these stunning animal photos. Check out the site for more beautiful pictures of animal photography.

9 comments:

  1. The monkeys are so beautiful! Love the colours.

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  2. I like the frog. xD

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  3. The monkeys are really nice - but I can't help thinking there has been some photoshopping or filters used?

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  4. Mei Teng, don't they remind you of Chinese opera? LOL!

    Jim, noticed how small the frog is compared to the flower petal?

    Julian, you may be right. Photoshopping can make photographs turn out almost too perfect, unreal if you will but then again it does have its purpose.

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  5. OMG, the little frog is wonderful!

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  6. h....mmm..

    photo one la..

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  7. Bonnie, he'd make one handsome prince, eh?

    Robin, yes, they're photographs - probably touched up you think?

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  8. I know, I noticed the frog's size. It's really cute xD

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  9. Golden monkeys really do have such blue faces. These are great pics. We have little tree frogs that visit our house and look similar to the tiny one shown.

    Cool link. Thanks. I also like National Geographic for animal pics.

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