It’s been a while since I’ve written a blog and thought it would be a good time to get back into the swing of things. Its been a challenging time for all of us right now, which makes you appreciate what you have and to reflect. Hence, my first blog for the year is about my backyard, in particular the assortment of animals that visit us on a daily basis. Seeing the “backyard” critters puts a smile on our face. Hope you like the photos.
This blog is about the Masai giraffes at the Franklin Park Zoo. Giraffes are the world’s largest living terrestrial animal and belong to the Giraffa camelopardalis genus and species. Giraffes are characterized by their very long necks and legs, as well as the distinctive dark brown and white pattern on their coats. Had a great time photographing the giraffes a few weeks ago at the zoo under the beautiful afternoon light. Hope you like the photos.
Its been a little while since I wrote my last blog, so thought it would be a good time to write a quick blog about a recent trip I took to Mount Auburn Cemetery. Hope you like the photos.
A few months ago wrote a blog about “animal portraits” at the Franklin Park Zoo. Here’s the second part of this series from my visit last Sunday. Hope you like the photos. Continue reading “2017 – Animal Portraits II at the Franklin Park Zoo (Aug 9)”
The Franklin Park Zoo is situated in Boston and has many animals on exhibit including lions, tigers, gorilla’s, and giraffes to name only a few. Its one of my favorite places to visit since I love animals and photographing them. I’ve been to the zoo a couple of times, but usually when it was very early or late in the year, which is too cold for the giraffes to be on exhibit. Last Sunday was a beautiful summer’s day in Boston, so headed to the zoo to see the giraffes. Hope you like the photos.
Last Sunday was a beautiful sunny day, so decided to get out of the house and visited the Franklin Park Zoo in Boston. The zoo houses several large animals, so decided to take their “portraits”. Hope you like the photos.