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Zootography Photograph - Zootography3 Tiger In The Sun by Jeff at JSJ Photography

Zootography3 Tiger In The Sun is a photograph by Jeff at JSJ Photography which was uploaded on February 8th, 2013.

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Fantastic work!

Thank you Michael! ~Jeff

Thank you Zsuzsa Balla for featuring my photo artwork "Zootography3 Tiger In The Sun" in the Big Wild Cat Beauties Natural - Exclusively Artistic FAA Group! ~Jeff at JSJ Photography

Thank you Mariola Bitner for featuring my photo artwork "Zootography3 Tiger In The Sun" in the Wildlife ONE A DAY FAA Group! ~Jeff at JSJ Photography

JEFF, THIS GUY GAVE YOU A FANTASTIC POSE! I WONDER WHAT HE WAS THINKING! LES (F/V)

Many c/f/v thanks Les! There was a male and female tiger in the same enclosure--right around Halloween--so they had pumkins to play with. I just learned how to take this type of shot through the chain-link fence and use the focus and focal length to "erase" the fence from the photo. I think both of the tigers were thinking "Wow--look at all those delicious people behind the fence...wonder what is up with all those cameras....time for a nap!" ~Jeff

Shot taken through a fence but focus allows for erasing the fence.