Usually I use a long telephoto lens when I’m shooting pictures at a zoo. The obvious reason for this is to get a nice, tight shot of the subject, but it’s also to blur out the fencing that encloses the animals. Sometimes, though, that’s just not in the cards, as in this picture of a baby lemur hanging on the fence and practically begging to come out and play. So adorable.
December 29, 2020
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