Just some other pictures I liked when I recycled through my one album. Only the one is new, the other is an inverted copy of “Bubble Sunset,” a picture I posted under the original “bubble fun” post.
These pictures were taken at Deer Park, a petting zoo in Jamestown, PA.
This was how we found the armadillos, I call it Armadillo Zen. Moments after this picture was taken, an employee came up to us and said he could wake up the armadillos so we could see them walk around, to which I told him that would be unnecessary. Didn’t matter, he still shook them…jerk.
This was a fun shot, I had to stick my hand in the fence to get it. This is what you can’t see…
Note the sign with red letters; note the severely pissed-off look on the left Zebra’s face.
Ok, I was with kids 7 years and younger all day alone, I had to document this under appreciated moment. A new meaning to blue balls, if I do say so myself.
And now the sadness… Since I was with a group of kids I watch, it was really great to see them have fun and enjoy the park, though I couldn’t help but feel heart-broken as I watched the animals practically begging for food through the fence from the guests…
I titled this one “Gimme Gimme Goats.”
And the black bears…I think the worst part about these fellas is that they’re begging for crackers. Yes, crackers.
Taken last week around dusk in Vienna, Ohio (not that this detail really changes how one may look at the picture). There were many more in the series I took, but these were just some of my favorites. Enjoy!
This is a completely random picture that I kind of like. It was taken on crse’s front porch about a month or so ago.
This flower is absolutely amazing. The flowers are actually plasticine to the touch, so at first glance the plant appears to be fake. It’s quite impressive and intriguing.
This is a picture taken in my grandma’s garden (this is a poor representation of her beautiful yard, but there shall be more). I’m in the foreground with the yellow flowers, I’ll have to ask her what they are again.
Here are a few pictures I took at Mill Creek Park a few weeks ago. I like how they came out, what do you think?
These images were taken in Seattle, Washington. I was staying on Seattle University for a conference/training week on running an environmental campaign. The campus was seasoned with a wide variety of beautiful plant life. Not sure what these two flowers are, but the second picture is a crop of the first. Don’t even ask me what type of flower is in the 16-shot series, all I know is that flower is over six or seven feet tall (my arm was fully extended to get these shots).