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Old 4th September 2009, 15:26   #31
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the younger one is 100% Miss USA 2015,she's so cute man!
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Old 4th September 2009, 18:19   #32
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the younger one is 100% Miss USA 2015,she's so cute man!
She is adorable, isn't she? Make that 2025 as she is 2.5 years old right now and she already knows how to pose for the camera


Well, these are my favorite pics of her in this trip taken last week at Jalvihar.
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Nice!
Really enjoyed it.
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Old 6th September 2009, 09:42   #34
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Hey Avi,
nice zoologue.
Though pics are good, they could be better.

camera ka spect number change ho gaya kya?
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Old 6th September 2009, 10:22   #35
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Default Hey this is Zoodarshan

in my 1 year at HYD, all I had experienced was traffic, boulders, paradise biryani masala flavor, indicabs, Spirited TBHpians, Skodas, Innovas, and daredevil bikers from the Godavari basin. Had never visited any worthy tourist place, not even Ramoji.

hence, your Zoodarshan was enjoyed thoroughly.

Did not know that there was a world beyond Ameerpet and Banjara Hills.

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Just wanted to share one of my pic's when i was at the zoo.. This one is next to the famous sign board
Rajesh:

Thats a warning ought to be right at all the Immigration Check counters of all International Airports of India. "Mera Bharat Mahaan but beware of some Beimaans."
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Old 6th September 2009, 14:15   #36
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This was hilarious Pulsar...

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Mom tortoise to son: "Beta, look... That uncle on top with the camera, we will see a similar person again after 100 years with a different camera"
The purse in the hand seems to be ample proof...

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Just wanted to share one of my pic's when i was at the zoo.. This one is next to the famous sign board

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You could have used manual focussing instead of AF.

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Again pictures have come out terribly as its was drizzling and camera was unable to focus behind all that mesh due to which some blue hazy color came up in the foreground.
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You could have used manual focussing instead of AF.
Yeah, it struck me later. It was drizzling, kids shouting, everyone trying to get a grip on themselves in the moving bus and on top of that everyone crowding in the front to catch a glimpse of the lion/tiger which made me like " What the hell-Chaos Re-Visited"

Need to take someone's help to make them a bit better since i am no-good with image editing tools

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3 years in Hyderabad, and i didnt even know there was a zoo there!
Maybe i never bothered to check then.

Avi, did the little ones shout out Sherkhan or ShareKhan? For all you know, they maybe familiar to the world of online trading!
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3 years in Hyderabad, and i didnt even know there was a zoo there!
Maybe i never bothered to check then.

Avi, did the little ones shout out Sherkhan or ShareKhan? For all you know, they maybe familiar to the world of online trading!
Benny, you missed it. Its one of the largest zoo in India with natural surroundings for most of the animals on display. Do check it out next time.

Oh yeah, you are right, it didnt strike me, they can be preparing themselves to be either directors of Jungle Book-Revisited after 20 years or like you said be famous stock brokers. You never know
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Hyd Nehru Zoological Park also have other interesting things to like:

1. Night animals section, where inside that section it is night like atmosphere and all mammals were in action like they do in night.
2. Giant size Dinosour replicas
3. Giant Tortoise
4. Crocodile farm (before)


Cheers!
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Again pictures have come out terribly as its was drizzling and camera was unable to focus behind all that mesh due to which some blue hazy color came up in the foreground.
Sir,

Meshes can be focused out as guruji says. Go manual and keep shallow DOF or go spot metering. Click here to check out my own mini report (last pic). You just need to be much more careful with the focusing.

All the same, very nice and fun family trip!! The smile on your daughter's face says it all.
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3. Giant Tortoise
4. Crocodile farm (before)Cheers!
I have seen both in my previous visit years ago. Yeah, it would have added to fun had it been still there.

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Sir,

Meshes can be focused out as guruji says. Go manual and keep shallow DOF or go spot metering. Click here to check out my own mini report (last pic). You just need to be much more careful with the focusing.

All the same, very nice and fun family trip!! The smile on your daughter's face says it all.
Thanks Phamilyman, will check out the pics later as i am at work now. Btw, they are my nieces ( Sister's daughters)
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