While we were staying at the Gaylord Palms Resort in Kissimmee Florida, I had plenty of opportunities to try out and practice using our new camera. I tried some settings that I had never tried before, just to see how the photos would turn out. The more I use and get accustomed to this camera, the more I like it. The camera does have a few small quirks to it but they are easy to work around. I am really enjoying the extended zoom on this camera and the photos have exceptional detail.
With that said let the photo show continue:
In the huge atrium area they had a special pond
just for alligators and turtles. The had this island in the middle of the pond for the gators and turtles to sun themselves. When we first started taking photos, this island only had a few of them on it but when we returned a little later, this island was full...so full that they seemed to be laying on top of each other with tails intertwined.
This guy has the grin of the Cheshire Cat
There are several gator photos that I really liked how they turned out and this is one of them
This is another one of my favorite gator photos
They had lots of various ponds and each had different types of fish...a majority of them had different types and colors of Koi
I found this balcony kind of interesting in its simplistic nature
This glass enclosed atrium was absolutely huge. I think that is would be really cool inside and sitting at one of the cafes at night during a lightning storm
One of the many dining areas in the huge atrium
More photos to follow