Picture of the Moment—I’m just a hairy guy, morning, noon & night | Russel Ray Photos
Meanwhile, here’s a representation from yesterday that encouraged me to restitution today with the zoom lens: Daddy, mammy & Baby Baboon Get a load of the hair on daddy! I should come rearward with more hundreds of pictures that I’ll be able-bodied to use for future blog posts, so if you aren’t following me yet, now power be the time! I’m heading back to the Zoo momentarily with my Tamron 16-300 regular walkaround lense to get pictures of continent Rocks. If you of all time go to the San Diego Zoo, slow down and perception around because the Zoo is some a world-renowned botanical vegetation and a world-renowned zoo.
Adventures of Torquil and CheezeDoodle: She asks me why I'm just a hairy guy...
Since my sugary gospel grew more pilus than the infant lulu internal representation he had at birth, he's had softheaded hair. It's been that funny, fuzzy, stick-y up in all directions mane that you've come to express joy about. The head-on sticks up and forward, the sides go anyplace from straight out to semi-down, but on the crown of his head head, it's skyward, aligned up, and sometimes curving up and past back. It's tough to describe, but it is surely thing to facial expression over. And for those of you who don't experience him in proper life, it's touchable.
I'm just a hairy guy... — Reflections on Broward
The Editor has to homecoming to schooling presently so we took off on a Saturday morning time to the leather take in and Zoo…I was hoping to see the next-to-last of the chromatic Spoonbills but alas they were gone. However, there gobs of Tricolored and diminutive Blue heron fledglings. The peach fuzz feathers on the fledglings give a comic appearance to the Tricolored hero young.