Saturday, June 19, 2010

Portland Zoo

A few of the creatures from the Portland (OR) Zoo. I have more to show, but for another day. All straight out of the camera & unedited. Sorry, I don't remember all the names so I'll not use any. :-)



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16 comments:

Tink *~*~* said...

That bear is all like, "I am POOPED!" He needs a nap :)

Tink *~*~*

jabblog said...

Lovely photos - so clear and sharp! That bear looks very purposeful, striding out.

Denise said...

Hi Perry, these are marvelous photos of your trip to Portland Zoo. Love all those beautiful animals and bird,

I took a photo of a momma raccoon investigating my bird feeders. If you have the time to stop by, my post is right here,

Bonnie Bonsai said...

They're all beautiful! Love the yellow bird.

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Greyscale Territory said...

Delightful shots! Especially love the vibrant yellow of the bird!

Self Sagacity said...

The bear looks content and like he is day dreaming. :=)

Jan said...

I love going to the zoo. Thanks for the memories.

Pam Genant said...

Very nice!

Manang Kim said...

Hi Perry I thought your on vacation somewhere Africa. Those shots are beautiful, and I so love the yellow bird. ^_^ Happy Sunday!


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Jan n Jer said...

Great photos...now I want to go to the zoo!

Sheri said...

Great photos!

gengen said...

Pretty shots...Happy SOOC Sunday.

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

The Zoo is a great place to see interesting creatures. Great shots.

sheaky.com said...

Zoo isalways a place for fun for the kids and adults

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Poetic Shutterbug said...

Wow, these are amazing. The Big Cat is looking right into your lens and that bear is so cool. My favorite though that little yellow bird, he is adorable and with striking colors.

Firefly said...

Lion, weaver, bear... LOL. We don't have a zoo here in Port Elizabeth, but who needs one with all the game reserves and game parks around? Zoo are great for children though.