26 April 2014
Tallinn Zoo project
In April I had exciting trip to Tallinn, Estonia. While living more than a week in the Zoo's guesthouse I managed to make a big photo shooting there.
Let me take you inside the northern zoo of Tallinn.
Although the zoo is really the northern one, and it was quite cold in Tallinn in comparison with Riga, which is relatively close, in the Zoo's collection much exotic and tropic animals are kept.
Big and well decorated marine aquariums, tropical hall and many other things kept my attention. The overall feeling after the visit is great! Nevermind it's as big as the ones in Europe, it has its own feeling: hospitable and professional.
I would like to thank all staff members, who were very kind to me: Hannes Maripuu, Julia Kolpakchi and the director Mati Kaal. As well all other great team members!
Lets start with the photos...
I will start with a cat. Why? Because I found one right in the laboratories and we all like cats...
I have come to the conclusion, that there must be a cat in every self-respected laboratory. :)
When it comes to animal shooting, it's quite the same like I had during the previous zoo shootings.
One nikon D600 + Sigma 150 macro + 2x nikon's SB-700. And some tripods, reflectors and other light modifying things.
And my lovely guesthouse, thanks to the hospitable zoo administration, especially Haness and Mati!
Thanks for your attention!
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