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    Zoo Pics

    So I was finally able to get out to the Zoo. Unfortunately it rained for most of the time bu tI still managed to get a few shots. Some were challenging because of thins in the way like fences and trees and such.

    Here's a few for now.















    Last edited by Tyger; 08-15-2005 at 09:34 PM.
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    can you tell i luv tigers?

    here's another
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    Nice photos, Tyger. The link for the first photo is broken though.

    Was this at the Toronto zoo? Love that zoo.
    "The real world begins right outside our doors --the world of nature, with remarkable beauty and diversity for all of us to discover." Kenn Kaufman

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    thanx SP,

    And yes that is the Toronto Zoo
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    A couple of this litle fella!
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    Tyger - wonderful set of pix - I like the way you have presented them also.
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    Great pictures!

    How are you doing that border? Is it something that I should be able to do in Photoshop or are you using another program.

    I just downloaded Adobe Photoshop 7 and barely getting a grasp on it.

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    thanx again everyone,

    Korn- I used Photoshop 7 take a look i created a mini tut, very easy to do in a few steps.

    Framing technique
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyger
    thanx again everyone,

    Korn- I used Photoshop 7 take a look i created a mini tut, very easy to do in a few steps.

    Framing technique
    You da man! I humbly bow to your knowledge.

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    And the cute little "copyright" symbol?

    Maybe before I download software I should try and find the instructions first.

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