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|This is a white cheeked Gibbon, Hylobates concolor leucogenys, which is native to the tropical forests, formerly known as jungles, of Vietnam and Laos. It was taken at the Brookfield Zoo. The animal was about 60 ft in the air at the top of a tree. The way the Tropics world exhibit works is that there's a very deep hole in the ground and the trees etc come up to ground level where the visitors walk. that way the animals, mostly apes and monkeys can be where they're most comfortable, at the tops of the trees, and the vistors can see them without having to look way up.|
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Great portrait with excellent exposure of the white.
Good compo and light on the eyes.
Very nice portrait this monkey.I like nice composition and very good POV.Perfect DOF and sharpness with fine details.Good contact eye.I like it very much.Nice work.
I send workshop with small corrections.
- [2006-11-24 15:03]
What a fantastic shot, Tom.
I love the squarely frontal view and the intense eye contact.
A handsome creature that you portrayed with perfect focus and exposure.
Good composition and DOF.
TFS. : )
very cute and human, TFS Ori