I decided to go to the San Diego Zoo this morning, which means I made two trips this week instead of just one. Annual passes come in handy.
As I was cataloging some of the pictures just now — as well as playing around with layers and masks in both Photoshop CS6 Beta and PaintShop Pro X4 — I came across a perfect picture to end the day:
That is the rear end of a Grant’s Zebra (Equus quagga boehmi), the smallest of the six Plains Zebra subspecies. It is native to Africa and is not endangered. Since it was eating at the time, having its head in the food trough, all I could get was a picture of the rear end.
I’ve titled the picture “The End.”