Will You Be My Valentine

© Debra A. Trichilo

Will You Be My Valentine

Uploaded: February 07, 2008

Description

Taken at the Burnet Park Zoo in Syracuse, NY. 2/03/08

Exif: F Number: 3.6, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 10/300 seconds, Flash: did not fire, compulsory flash mode, ISO: 100, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 28.60 mm, Model: DMC-FZ50

Comments

Amy M. Parish February 07, 2008

This is giving me the creeps! Brave little kid though! #849379

Debra A. Trichilo February 07, 2008

I'm sorry if this gave you the creeps. I guess it would me, too, if I didn't know that there is an inch thick (at least)lexan window pane between the little girl and the lion. No way would I take a photo of a child in a dangerous situation. She was totally enamored with this lion. Her dad was with her, but no one I knew. If you look closely, you can see the steam on the window from her breath. I hope it doesn't still give you the creeps. :-) #5460914

Colette M. Metcalf February 07, 2008

Adorable capture!!! #5461441

Amy M. Parish February 07, 2008

Oh, I knew there was glass...it still gives me the creeps....I think it's the lion's expression that does it.... #5461705

Debra A. Trichilo February 08, 2008

Ok, just wanted to be sure. Thanks. Actually, someone was walking the zoo dog in the courtyard and the lions were watching the action very intently. #5463602

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