The main attraction at the Yorkshire Wildlife park are the Lions. They have three Prides with about twelve lions in total. The park launched a massive rescue of Lions from Oradea Zoo in Romania. The Lions were suffering and the Zoo needed help to ensure the Lions were able to live in better conditions than […]Read More Kings of the Park
Next up from the Yorkshire Wildlife Park, stripes! First a Zebra. And then a Tiger. Like most big cats, the Tiger’s were more interested in catching up on some sleep.Read More Stripes
Next up from the Yorkshire Wildlife Park – Squirrel Monkeys. These were fun to watch, especially when people got too close. They have a reputation for being thieving little buggers and someone nearly lost her sunglasses. Although not monkeys, I thought I’d throw in a picture of a couple of Ring Railed Lemurs. They were […]Read More Monkeying Around
It’s been a while since I did any Kodak bashing, but the latest news from Rochester is that part of the business up for sale will include its consumer film emulsions. Interestingly, they still plan on producing motion picture film, and there is some debate about whether Kodak includes its professional films with its consumer […]Read More So Long, and Thanks for All The Films
The Yorkshire Wildlife Park near Doncaster has only been around a few years, but its ethos of animal welfare and conservation can be seen all across the park. The first post from the day out are of the Meerkat area. The first pic is another Yellow Mongoose, looking less Joker-like. Next to the Mongoose are […]Read More Simples
Thought I’d give a sneak peak at an excursion to the Yorkshire Wildlife Park last weekend. This is a Yellow Mongoose. I don’t know what it’s on, but I want some! More in my next post.Read More Why So Serious?
There’s graffiti and then there’s graffiti. Sadly, around Leeds there tends to be more ‘so-and-so waz ere’ graffiti than Banksy. That said, I’m a big fan of graffiti done well. Inner city train journey’s are certainly made less boring with a variety of graffiti. Clearly the tagger has a certain style and flair with the […]Read More Under the Bridge