I postulated that since wet, dank, humid weather is the worst possible condition for asthmatics, the zoo would also host an epilepsy disco with tons of strobe lights, or maybe a bee sting alergy honey gathering expedition...
I am always amazed at Wifester at these type things. This is not our first time to work a booth at a something or other...Remember there was my Green La Vergne booth, at the Old Timer's Day that she helped me and Cricket to make a success...
I don't know if it's the politician in her Dad that comes through in her, or if it's the sales woman in her Mom that she channels, maybe it's a little bit of both. Whatever it is, she can work it. She brings people in and captures their attention while smiling and engaging them...Something I'm way to shy for most of the time. I admire that in Wifester. No, I envy that in Wifester.
I remembered to take my camera and was so hopeful that the sun would come out so I could wander around a bit to get some nice photos of the animals. It rained most of the morning, but eventually did dry up a bit. The sun never really came out though, but at least we weren't getting any wetter.
All in all it was a good day and fun was had by all.
I used it as a great opportunity to work on my WWC photos for this week.
Tink, from Pickled Beef, put a twist on on us this week and asked us to provide our photo interpretations of Bokeh and Heart. Bokeh is when the background is out of focus and the object in the foreground is clear.
Here's my attempt
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