The sweet face of the orangutan at Belgrade Zoo
Belgrade Daily Photo
I hadn't realized the Belgrade Zoo had an orangutan, but then,I haven't visited in ages. I love orangutans, especially the baby ones with all that orange hair.
Very nice shot. I love the close cropped composition, which focuses attention on his cute face.
what a sweetie!
Amazing how such a big animal can look so soft and gentle! Great photo!
So cute. My uncle Joe.
I feel I could just reach out and give him a hug. Great capture of personality.
Hi,just stopping by to tell you that Ive got a small award at my blog for you(if you want it),no rules(I m an anarhist):O)You see how and to whom (maybe not at all)you will give it.this beauty on the photo is so sad,dont like them being in jail,but very nice shot thou.
Very nice photo but sad to see it incarcerated. Kinda sepiaphoto in colors. Great capture, in douple meaning.
Is he or she just out of the beauty parlor?..with a new strawberry blond color... nice for Easter!!!!
Sweet is right. Beautiful face. Hope she is content.
Great photo! His face is so expressive...
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Oh.For a moment «Louis» thought his former father-in-law was at long-last where he belongs: behind bars...
Now that is a big contented happy face.
Wow a big and nice orangutan. I never thought Belgrade has this far-east animal.
Great capture, in douple meaning. Work from home India
What a great photo. Thanks for sharing it.
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Great photo! And a wonderful smiling face that seems to welcome one and all. :)
I feel so sorry for this wonderful creature. Wish there was no need for zoos and all animals could stay in their own habitat without fear from us humans.
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