It wasn't us, really!
My wife was hosting girl friends for lunch; therefore, it became the perfect opportunity to photograph the baby orang' at Brookfield. Unfortunately, the baby is on exhibit yet, but I did catch these two looking very guilty about it.
Who's Looking at Who
The puma at Lincoln mark seemed interested in what was going on but certainly not impressed.
The butterfly exhibit provides the opportunity to capture some unique images. This little beauty looked to me as if she tiptoeing through her own little bit of paradise.
Fire on Ice
I was playing with this in Photoshop to see if I could get the flower to "pop" more. Unfortunately, I'm one of those who plays with something to the point I hate it, but I'm curious do you think it "pops" more with the playing?
Rose and Friend
I must be getting old (as if I didn't know that)! I didn't even notice the little critter visiting this rose while taking it at the Botanic Garden.
Admiring the coleus in her garden
My wife spends a lot of time creating her fairy garden. It provides a great way to test my new lens.
Safe in Mother's Arm
Nora's mother still likes to hide Nora's pretty little face from me, but at least I finally got this one. If I get lucky I may even get one with the eyes open someday.
Nap Time for Nora (and mommy, too)
Nora, the baby gorilla born in November at Brookfield still spends her time with Mom, even when napping.
I was going through some old pictures and stumbled across this one. I felt it was still okay and thought it would be fun to share.
Rising to the Light
While I admire the fortitude of those of you outside taking photographs, I find this weather far more suitable for getting my photography fix in green houses, This one was at Botanic Garden.