Face Painting At The Zoo (Part I)

Sunday turned out to be a boys day out for me and Samarth. We both went to the Toledo Zoo. Even though the zoo was swarmed, we boys had a great time. There was a Mexican troupe presenting their wonderful music and dances, but more on that later.

Highlight of the day was Samarth’s face painting session. Just before we walked past the face painting stall I purchased for Samarth a snapper toy with tiger’s face on it. I thought it would be great to have Samarth’s faced painted as a tiger and let him pose with this new toy. Presented below are some of his photographs during the painting. The second installment shows how my tiger looked after getting his face painted.

Getting started Rebel T3, 24mm, f/4 @ 1/400

Getting started
Rebel T3, 24mm, f/4 @ 1/400

Please look up! Rebel T3, 24mm, f/4 @ 1/400

Please look up!
Rebel T3, 24mm, f/4 @ 1/400

Half way through Rebel T3, 24mm, f/4 @ 1/400

Half way through
Rebel T3, 24mm, f/4 @ 1/400

Foundation Rebel T3, 24mm, f/4 @ 1/400

Work in progress
Rebel T3, 24mm, f/4 @ 1/400

Getting the stripes Rebel T3, 24mm, f/4 @ 1/400

Getting the stripes
Rebel T3, 24mm, f/4 @ 1/400

Please visit here for the second installment.

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