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Mr Arthur Rabbit
I've been away from photography for quite a while, so decided to come back with the photography subject that I have always loved; Animals! It also helps that I have a willing model these days. I would like to introduce you to Arthur the Bunny!
The Wild (and not so wild) Life
This weekend, having three free tickets to Yorkshire Wildlife park, Mike and I headed off to Doncaster. Seeing as the tickets were waiting for us at my Mums, we went for a visit, only to be greeted by this:
Yep. One loving kitten and one cute (but slightly jealous) dog. Not quite the animals we had come to see, but still entertaining.
Anyway, we got our tickets and off we went. Actually, we got our tickets, discovered it was raining, waited till Sunday, then off we went. But that was the long version.
After giving our spare free ticket to a stranger, We headed off to see the Lemurs, via the Raccoon dogs of course.
After this, we went off to South
America Enclosure where we saw the worlds biggest rodent, the Capybara.
The Ostrich and the Maras were also hanging around. And the Marmosets.
Last but not least, Welcome to Tiger Country. With Zebras, of course.
Oh, by the way, here's a cactus wearing a hat.
The Wooden Man and the Duck
I've been set a project of taking strange and unusual photos of a 30cm wooden man, so yesterday Craig and I decided to take him to the Peak District and show him around. We have named him Buster and he was certainly entertaining. Oh, and he also met a duck!
Carrying a beer mat
Relaxing in a glass
Because.... why not?
Playing on the swing.
A tourist in the Peaks
'I'm a little teapot......'
Relaxing in the bath with a rubber duck
Out to dry...
...with a duck
...Until they saw the camera!
The cheapest, laziest, Superman you'll ever see.
So what do you think? There will be more adventures of Buster in the near future too.
Buster and Bernadette in Newcastle
The first date of the wooden folk, so where better to take them than to Newcastle!
Buster on the train Bernadettes coffee stop
Buster sightseeing Burying Bernadette in the sand
And the day ends with a visit to the Life Museum