My camera and I are gearing up for a lot of travel between now and the end of the year: Bali, South Africa, Botswana, northern Canada and southern California are all on the agenda. Lately, I’ve been doing more writing than shooting, so for the past few days I’ve been walking around Singapore with camera and tripod in hand, practicing. My goal was to spend a lot of time doing street photography and cityscapes — my weaknesses — and although Singapore’s architecture, with its unusual shapes and textures, are a photographer’s dream, I inevitably found myself in a taxi heading for the Singapore Zoo and Jurong Bird Park to do what I love most — take pictures of animals.
Spending a day at the Singapore Zoo is like visiting the jungle, except that no tigers will leap out you here. Going to your local zoo is actually a pretty great way to take some wildlife photos. The animals are nearby and, unlike in the real jungle, you can sit and watch them for hours at a time. Just because a giraffe lives in a zoo, doesn’t mean he isn’t a giraffe…
I hope you enjoy the photos…
What a serie of incredible pictures! Congratulations, the nocturn are my favourite. Hope you enjoy your travel.
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