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Dag 2 - En bjørnetjeneste


I dag var jeg i Zoo sammen med min datter Camilla og min søn Christian. Vi deltog i den årlige 2. januar Zoo dag som medlem af Copenhagen Photowalking Hub. Jeg havde mit Nikon D300 med, Camilla sit Nikon D50 og Christian fotograferede for første gang og var udstyret med et Nikon D70s.
Vi havde perfekt vejr med klar blå himmel, sol og 2-4 frostgrader. Flere af dyrene var ude, og der blev taget rigtig mange fotos.
Derfor bliver mit Dag 2 foto i mit "Projekt 365" også fra Zoo. Mange "Projekt 365" går ud på at tage et selvportræt hver dag, men det vil jeg skåne jer for. Derfor er målet med mit "Projekt 365" at tage et foto hver dag af et motiv jeg synes er spændende, knytte en lille historie til og lægge det ud på min blog samt min side på Flickr.
Bjørnen hyggede sig gevaldigt, og ænsede os næsten ikke. Jeg fik dog larmet lidt, så den kastede et blik på fredsforstyreren. Bang så var fotoet i kassen.

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