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Saturday, May 15, 2010

A Journey Through Africa




Disney's Animal Kingdom, on a school field trip

Once we passed the sign we felt as though we were really in Africa!




The jeep was very bumpy and made picture taking a challenge


I spy the first animal... Do you know what it is?

A Rhinoceros

Cooling off on a hot day

He looks happy, doesn't he?



Love those long horns!

Straight out of the camera


The best side ;-)





Shadow Shot

and my favorite..... Do you know what it is?

baby giraffes

Mom was not too far away







She is obviously used to people

I think this is my favorite image of the trip

I can not believe the Melody was able to guess from the pictures that I posted the other day that  our field trip was to Animal Kingdom!  (Melody and I went to high school together.)  She is a great writer and has the cutest daughter with a head full of curls.  She is also a supermom that balances being a teacher, with fun outings with her family.
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20 comments:

bobbie said...

Rhinos and elephants make VERY LARGE shadows!

Carolyn Ford said...

This is similar to our San Diego's Wild Animal Park. It sure is a great way to see these huge African animals in a more suitable environment than in a zoo. They are such amazing creatures.
You have some very nice captures of your time there.

Jan said...

The baby giraffes are my favorite, too.

Dragonstar said...

A trip of a lifetime! I like the bridge patterns in the mono shot.

gengen said...

wow they looks pretty and cool...happy SS!

Mine is here

alicia said...

Great safari pics!!

Vivobello said...

Wow, What a cool place!! I wish FL was a little closer to MO!

The Riggs Family said...

It was that blue lattice work. And kind of the cooler on the back of the safari. We went to Animal Kingdom in 2007 when I ran the marathon down there. I remember thinking that Disney doesn't miss a detail with the water cooler thing. And seriously, the blue lattice work for some reason gave it away.

Love the pictures! I can't wait until I have more time to learn how to use PSE.

Manang Kim said...

Oh wow that is an awesome shots. Now if I am going to take a tour with that little car I should be in the middle hehehe. I am scared of anything big and who crawls. Thanks for sharing happy Monday.

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lina@home sweet home said...

Seeing all photos really brighten my day :)

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Into wild places
journey, hiding your faces
from ravenous beasts.

Yellow lupines—poisonous!

nice A said...

My kids here say, "Wow!". They love all your awesome pictures.

Ann said...

I too was mistaken that you went to Africa until I read you commentary. Great photos.

Marites said...

oh my...beautiful photos of the animals:) looks like a fun place to see..happy week ahead for you!

gengen said...

Oh boy that was fun and it really looks cool...happy MYM!

Becky said...

Love your Disney photos! Happy MYM.

Marice said...

oh Carly the shots are awesome! thanks for including us on your tour :)

u may view mine here

chubskulit said...

Oh My gosh! amazing photos, my fave ones are the rhino shots.

My mellow yellow post.

I also would like to take this opportunity to invite you to the kick off of the Nostalgia meme that I will be hosting starting this Thursday. Hope you can join the fun!

Greyscale Territory said...

A fascinating series of Disneyland shots! especially love the group of the rhinoceros and the one with the elephant beneath that huge tree!

Gunsside said...

Lots of fascination, really good shots, thanks for shearing ;)

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