Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Wildlife

This week the topic is Wildlife Any kind of wildlife works in this challenge from apes to zebras.  Your animals can be found in their natural habitat, wild life preserves, or zoos.  If you are not around live animals you can photograph them from museum displays or find statues or carvings you can photograph.  Let’s see how creative you can we can be on this challenge.  Have fun with this week’s challenge.

Go through your photo archives and see what photos you have that fits the current week’s challenge, or better yet grab you camera and take a new photo! ENJOY and have FUN.

The Current Series – Things Found in Nature

  • Birds
  • Wildlife
  • Leaves or Trees
  • Sunrise or Sunsets
  • Rain or Rainbows

The Next Series – Things Found in Nature

  • Alone
  • Happy
  • Kind
  • Free and Easy
  • Busy

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My Entry for the Week

Wildlife artwork by Art-Lorenzo.com




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  1. The elk with his new antlers (raw? fresh?) is spectacular. I had to check it up because for us Europeans an elk is synonymous with a moose but wikipedia cleared that up 😀 And on Thursday (monochrome) we can compare out bulls (I’m glad I didn’t forget the s).


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  3. Hi Cee,
    I haven’t been to a zoo in quite sometime. I happen to have a few photos of wildlife from an indoor exhibit. I must go to the zoo one of these days.
    Your choices are fantastic. Is the wildlife artwork sculptures or a painting? Great challenge ….
    Issy 😎


  4. Here’s my entry for the week. If we don’t work to preserve our environment, zoos and aquariums will be the only place left to see what were once thriving species.


  5. Hi Cee, I’m running late this week. I love your photos – especially the elk. I’m glad we do not have such big creatures like that strolling around. Our kangaroos are dangerous enough! I’ve dug ‘roo photos out of my blog archives for this week, and am looking forward to seeing the wonderful variety of wildlife shared from around the world.

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