Look what happens when I play Docent
Early this morning I met a virtual friend at the San Diego Zoo and spent two hours traipsing around playing Docent for a Day. (Remember that if you ever come to San Diego, call me because I might have free tickets to the Zoo, Safari Park, or SeaWorld, and with enough warning, I’m always happy to play Docent for a Day.)
The Zoo animals were particularly active and photogenic this morning, which always makes me feel good because I don’t want to docent (!) someone around the Zoo and see empty cages of hiding animals.
Maybe the animals know when I’m playing Docent for a Day and that they have to be on their best and most photogenic behavior………….
Here are a few of the great pictures I got this morning in just two hours:
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Posted on July 14, 2012, in Birds, Fauna, Mother & Father Nature, Photos, Zoo & Safari Park and tagged baby flamingo pictures, bactrian camel pictures, buerger's tree kangaroo pictures, chinese snow leopard pictures, flaming pictures, giant panda pictures, giraffe pictures, malayan tiger pictures, mandrill pictures, mang mountain pit viper pictures, monkey pictures, new guinea singing dog pictures, otter pictures, panda pictures, san diego zoo pictures, takin pictures, wolf's guenon pictures. Bookmark the permalink. 33 Comments.