Zoo, a review

Re: Zoo, a review

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Re: Zoo, a review

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Re: Zoo, a review

Post by stuart @ Sat Jul 24, 2010 5:10 pm

I went to the zoo today!

It was ace and had hardly any wretched people like blubes encountered.

Animals are ace:

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Re: Zoo, a review

Post by Pigeon @ Sat Jul 24, 2010 5:18 pm

Showing its cock in approved CTF fashion. Well done monkey.
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Re: Zoo, a review

Post by stuart @ Sat Jul 24, 2010 5:39 pm

Tigers are just too cool for school.

As if they know that if you were stupid enough to encroach into their little corner of the zoo they would have you gutted and eaten without breaking a sweat.

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Re: Zoo, a review

Post by stuart @ Sat Jul 24, 2010 5:40 pm

A bird.

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Re: Zoo, a review

Post by stuart @ Sat Jul 24, 2010 6:15 pm

I like this photo, but it came out quite dark straight from the camera, when I increase the brightness it goes noisy ?

How can I fix it properly.

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See how it's all grainy.
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Re: Zoo, a review

Post by WD40 @ Sat Jul 24, 2010 6:33 pm

stuart wrote:Tigers are just too cool for school.

As if they know that if you were stupid enough to encroach into their little corner of the zoo they would have you gutted and eaten without breaking a sweat.

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Excellent pic. Awesome beasts. :)
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Re: Zoo, a review

Post by Deuteronomy @ Mon Jul 26, 2010 9:26 am

blubey! wrote:I saw a pretty faced giant girl, blonde hair blowing in a rare breeze as she dwarfed her tiny studentesque boyfriend. His tufty attempted beard and spindly legs reminded me of my own youth - but at no point in my youth had I spent a sunny day at the zoo engulfed in the shadowy near-darkness that fell across me as my gigantic girlfriend blotted out the sun.


Makes sense, fat girls: Shade in the summer, warmth in the winter.
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Re: Zoo, a review

Post by stuart @ Mon Jul 26, 2010 2:12 pm

Thinking about the zoo now, it's pretty expensive isn't it.

2 adults and a child (including cost of transport to get to zoo, zoo admission and dinner at a zoo restaurant) and you are looking at the best part of £100 for the day!

Tickets, adult £15.50, child £11.00 ( I think)
Train was £12 return each (child free)
Taxi from train station to zoo was £9 either way.
Food in the zoo was about £15 for 3 (and it was awful)

Not a cheap day out!
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Re: Zoo, a review

Post by Charlie Foxtrot @ Mon Jul 26, 2010 2:17 pm

stuart wrote:I like this photo, but it came out quite dark straight from the camera, when I increase the brightness it goes noisy ?

How can I fix it properly.

[img]shit%20photo[/img]

See how it's all grainy.


Did you shoot in RAW? Your options are greater if you did.
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Re: Zoo, a review

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Re: Zoo, a review

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Re: Zoo, a review

Post by WD40 @ Mon Jul 26, 2010 2:25 pm

~G~ wrote:
Enigma wrote:Ours used to love the monkeys on the car roof (sadly now stopped at longleat) because there was interaction


Back soon apparently!

(I was there on saturday :D)


Dammit, we missed it by a couple of weeks. "Interaction"? Some tool went through with their sunroof open didn't they?
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Re: Zoo, a review

Post by Ecks Ridgehead @ Mon Jul 26, 2010 2:25 pm

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~G~ wrote:
Enigma wrote:Ours used to love the monkeys on the car roof (sadly now stopped at longleat) because there was interaction


Back soon apparently!

(I was there on saturday :D)


Dammit, we missed it by a couple of weeks. "Interaction"? Some tool went through with their sunroof open didn't they?


He just said, he was there on Saturday.
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Re: Zoo, a review

Post by Strawman @ Mon Jul 26, 2010 2:27 pm

I think they should have a bear interaction zone

http://edition.cnn.com/2010/US/07/23/co ... mV0ZGCodQm
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Re: Zoo, a review

Post by WD40 @ Mon Jul 26, 2010 2:28 pm

Ecks Ridgehead wrote:He just said, he was there on Saturday.


:laugh:
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Re: Zoo, a review

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Re: Zoo, a review

Post by Deuteronomy @ Mon Jul 26, 2010 2:42 pm

~G~ wrote:Luckily it didn't spit in my mouth this time, which was a bonus.


Details please.

(Sounds like a night out for D)
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Re: Zoo, a review

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Re: Zoo, a review

Post by Fidgits @ Mon Jul 26, 2010 2:56 pm

~G~ wrote:When I was last there, a deer headbutted me by pushing it's head through the car window.. I shouted something like:

"this fcuker just headbutted me!"

But only managed:

"this fcuker ju..."

Because at that point it snorted, it's deery face in my own, and spat into my open mouth.

I pushed it away by the face and spat back in retaliation.


now theres some niche porn right there...
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Re: Zoo, a review

Post by WD40 @ Mon Jul 26, 2010 4:16 pm

~G~ wrote:I didn't have a sunroof, I went through in the Alfa... a Fallow deer did put it's head through my open window though.

Luckily it didn't spit in my mouth this time, which was a bonus.


Was it this one?

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Yes I know it's a stag, the deer couldn't get a look in
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Re: Zoo, a review

Post by Pigeon @ Mon Jul 26, 2010 4:19 pm

Whose arm is that in the mirror calling it a wanker?
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Re: Zoo, a review

Post by WD40 @ Mon Jul 26, 2010 4:20 pm

Pigeon wrote:Whose arm is that in the mirror calling it a wanker?


:hehe:

My mother-in-law's.
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