We often meet people who think buying an expensive camera or lens instantly makes them a pro photographer. Meanwhile they often don’t learn how to use their equipment or they just leave it unused due to a lack of time or lost interest. A very pertinent ad from Norway makes fun of them.
We have a kid’s song in Hungary about knives, forks and scissors not to be left for children – but it has not any word about a sword.
I photographed yesterday the newest babies in Zoo Budapest, the three lion kittens just freshly named.
This is the Real World (title of a reality show in Hungary)! Giraffes live in a place with 24/7 camera surveilance in the Budapest Zoo. Last weekend these cameras recorded how a giraffe baby came to life. Thanks to the camera system you can watch the birth.
Budapest Zoo’s newest cutie was up on her feet and walking around with her mother when she was just a week old. As you can see in my pictures, she did have some wobbly moments though when she teetered over and fell on the ground.
There is a strange resident in the swimming pool of the London Olympics. It doesn’t only watch competition in the water from a close up view, but it broadcasts underwater images live. More than that it adds really funny comments to the spectacularly looking competitions.
Last weekend we had Flydogs Extreme Distance dog frisbee European Championships held in Budapest. It is a sport that grants mutual fun for both dog and owner as well and an oblivious play but it also entertains the audience as well.
A tiger is not a kitty! Some times it may behave like a household cat. But it still stays a wild animal…