(“Pondering each other” by nosajmunson.)

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3 Responses to KRCC Flickr Photo of the Day, 6/15/10: "Pondering each other" by nosajmunson

  1. Ronwell Q. Dobbs says:

    This photo was taken by Jack Jamerenfrenson. He should get the photo credit. I have known Jack for years, and this is clearly his work.

  2. tOkKa says:

    –>> o tight !!

    “nosajmunson” perhaps is Jacks FlickR user-name.

  3. nosajmunson says:

    Sorry to say Ronwell Q. Dobbs, but my Wife Amanda took this picture on Tuesday
    June 8th, 2010 at 12:06pm at the Cheyenne Mountain zoo. That is my son, who is 3 years old. She took 7 different pictures of our son with this Gorilla with our Sony DSW-150. The Exposure time was 1/125 sec. And the ISO was at 320.
    nosajmunson is me, my real name is Jason.
    And I have no idea who this Jack Jamerenfrenson is. But he did NOT take this photo. If you don’t believe that, let me know. I can post more photos of my son that day at the zoo.

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