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  • First time upload Tiger photo to DT.

    by Ongchangwei | 6th of November, 2008

    This is my first time upload tiger photo to DT. 100% accept. :) See Article
  • Boo At The Zoo

    by Lifesazoo | 29th of October, 2008

    Many zoos across the United States host a special event for kids to go Trick or Treating called "Boo At The Zoo" but the kids are not the only ones that get treats because they also give special treats to the animals of a way of enrichment for them. The past 3 years I have... More
  • Say Cheese!

    by Lifesazoo | 17th of October, 2008

    For several years now I have enjoyed taking photographs of different animals and I am always amazed when I photograph an animal and it looks like they are smiling. The Gorilla smiling in the picture normally never has this expression on his face but I was at the zoo one... More
  • Mountains and Mountains . . .

    by Charlesoutcalt | 15th of October, 2008

    OK, I think that I am finally starting to gain some momentum in editing the thousands (literally) of images I took on safari. I have been home for a few weeks now, and somehow the very large collection of safari shots became overwhelming. Where to start? How to... More
  • Perfect Little Models

    by Lifesazoo | 1st of October, 2008

    My perfect little models only stand about 12" tall and they are quite the little posers. Meerkats are my perfect little models which I really enjoy photographing them. The first time I ever heard of a Meerkat was from the Disney movie "Lion King" but never really thought... More
  • love you , love your cats

    by Dtguy | 10th of September, 2008

    My wife likes the cat. She has raised seven different cats, every day, she must spend the massive time to look after them. Therefore, the wife extra-curricular life important part was playing together with the cat. I also like certainly the cat. Although these seven all... More
  • My 1st Collection

    by Creepers888 | 5th of September, 2008

    Hi there, i´m new here and created my 1st Collection called "Animals". It´s a little bit unstructured, but it´s a trial. I don´t know, how i can link it here. So please go to profile page. Please let me know, what you´re thinking about. Feel free to comment the photos.... More
  • Athena's Story

    by Lifesazoo | 28th of August, 2008

    Athena is an Eurasian Eagle Owl that lives at the San Francisco Zoo. She was smuggled into the United States as an Easter Egg in an Easter Basket along with 14 other eggs from Austria so the eggs could past through San Francisco International Airports Customs a little over... More
  • The Picture That Got Away

    by Lifesazoo | 27th of August, 2008

    Every photographer at one time or another has missed a great shot do to not having the right lens, not shooting the picture quick enough or for other reasons. Well yesterday was one of those days for me cause I kept on missing the shot while at the zoo. I was at the zoo... More
  • We All Know Someone......

    by Lifesazoo | 15th of August, 2008

    We all know someone that has to always be the funny one no matter what. Well it seems true even when it comes to some animals. I know a gorilla by the name of Zura who loves to be funny when ever I go to the zoo and visit with her. I have been visiting with Zura for... More
  • take me to your ranger

    by Svenwildlife | 13th of August, 2008

    well i just got a new job. going to work at the cosmos cuisine lodge near the addo elephant park as a game ranger. so all the dreamers here can expect me to deliver more photos of higher quality also, bought a canon 450D to take better photos with. its gonna be lots... More
  • Researching Before Uploading

    by Lifesazoo | 9th of August, 2008

    Before I even upload a picture onto Dreamstime I do my research on the particular subject in my picture. Also while I am researching I look at at Dreamstime stock photos for the subject that I will be uploading just to get a feel of other pictures of the same subject. I... More
  • Estimated 125,000 Western Lowland Gorillas Discovered

    by Lifesazoo | 5th of August, 2008

    While driving in my car heading to the zoo I heard some great news about Western Lowland Gorillas on NPR. They announced that the Wildlife Conservation Society gorilla experts discovered in the Republic of Congo an estimated 125,000 Western Lowland Gorillas living in the... More
  • Growing Up Quickly

    by Lifesazoo | 31st of July, 2008

    On March 6th Skylar (A.K.A. Leanne) gave birth to 3 male Sumatran Tiger Cubs at the San Francisco Zoo. The father of the cubs is Bali (A.K.A. George). The public was told that we would not see the cubs for at least 3 or 4 months most likely but Skylar started bringing... More
  • Memories of Tatiana the Siberian Tiger

    by Lifesazoo | 28th of June, 2008

    I was so excited the day I heard the San Francisco Zoo was getting a new Siberian Tiger to be a companion for Tony because he had been so sad for a long time after the death of his sister Emily in 2004. After Tatiana was out of her 30 day quarantine I was able to get a... More
  • Wildlife Portraits: Babies

    by Kenneystudios | 8th of June, 2008

    To view the entire, growing collection, please click here: Baby Animals I have begun a new collection for those adorable images in my portfiolo. Even those who are not big animal loves can find inspiration and and warm fuzzy feelings from those precious animal... More
  • Having Patience While Photographing Animals

    by Lifesazoo | 3rd of June, 2008

    Most of my photography takes place in several different zoos in the Bay Area of California and during my zoo visits I am there normally from opening to about an hour before closing time. I have been doing this for over 3 years on a weekly basis which has taught me you have... More
  • Photography in Kruger National Park

    by Davidgarry | 31st of May, 2008

    It's strange how different a place can be when you return to it with a photographer's eye. I grew up very near the Kruger National Park in South Africa, an outstanding wildlife reserve created by Paul Kruger in the 1880s. When I was a child, my parents used to visit the park... More
  • Don't touch the animals

    by Dcwcreations | 27th of May, 2008

    Animals are a great subject to photograph and have even started the turn to be a good stock photo as the world looks to be a greener planet. But please have some respect and don't touch them. Fawns when first born have two natural defenses, they have no scent, and they... More
  • The story of birds

    by Fjord | 27th of May, 2008

    At most I can't go wild to watch the birds. But I like to watch birds in the park and the doves in the temple. From the ancient time, the birds have flying in the sky. Birds have the unique bone structure which makes them more lighter. And the wings of the birds make a lot... More

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