Oh hi. The ostrich is here to greet you, but as you noticed the ostrich looks a little bit different. A little fat in the middle, eh? Well, the ostrich isn’t actually fat. I made the animal look that way by using a new effect on my brand new camera. No, no, no the Canon EOS has not disappeared or been eaten by a sea creature. I bought a second, auxiliary camera for ski slopes, rain and underwater adventures.
The new camera has all kinds of cool effects, like fish eye. I have always loved fish eye, but when I first used the fish eye, I discovered I was bad at it. Horrible in fact. I decided I had to set up some kind of small project to hone my fish eye skills and when the opportunity to go to the zoo came up, I thought why not. The animals certainly won’t mind and maybe I can bring back some weirdo stuff. Weird. Yeah. Love that.
The ostrich was the first sort of success. Sure the animal ran away from me quite a few times, but this one capture the fun house wildness of the creature. I think.
Then I got to the zebra. Distorted, sort of looking like it is in the middle of some parentheses:
And yet it gets better. This gorilla knows I am up to no good:
Now we get to the lemurs. Isn’t this another example of an animal that God must have said HA when he created? Well on today’s visit one of the lemurs fell in love with my friend and kept trying to jump on her. Never mind he was behind a pane of glass that could probably withstand a bullet. Try he did. But he kept falling. Here he is in peaceful repose:
And last but certainly not least, the baboon, in all of its red butted glory. No, I didn’t get that end, but these are red butted baboons. I know that is not the actual name: