Saturday, September 29, 2012

CAMERA CRITTERS




How can we not know that by just looking at that marvelously expressive and human-like face, we are all connected?  He looks like he has an old and beautiful soul.  

This is a White-Cheeked Gibbon.  You can read more about him here.  


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Thank you Misty for hosting Camera Critters.  I always look forward to it each Saturday.  
To see other fun critters please click here.

19 comments:

  1. Oh what fun! I always love the gibbon's call. You have so many fun photos from the zoo.

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  2. You are right, Denise, the gibbon does have a human-like face. Such a knowing expression lol.

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  3. I agree I was amazed by his feet as well. Those eyes though are something else.

    Gill

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  4. How could anyone look into those wise eyes and deny our relationship to them?

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  5. Yes, the way the apes and other critters look at us is kind of disconcerting. There is a connection.

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  6. The Gibbons does have a human-like face and a great expression. Wonderful captures of your critter. Have a lovely weekend, Denise!

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  7. love how you did the face close-up, then panned out to show his cute feet and stance. :)

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  8. Oh, yes! I agree! Besides, *they* were here before we were and we should honor them. :D :D

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  9. Such an intelligent-looking face.

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  10. That gibbon is beautiful. We are all connected, for sure.

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  11. Very cute! I love their color combination!

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    Have a great weekend.

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  12. Sweet face and look at those feet!
    Cute shot Denise!

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  13. Nice portrait of the Gibbon and a wonderful photo with his feet :-)
    I always wonder what´s going on in their head while looking at the person with the camera.

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  14. Great shots. I do love those wise old eyes.

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