Black & White Project : Week #4

Cotswold Wildlife Park is one our favourite family parks.  The barriers between you and many of the animals are often ditches or moats, or with the birds nothing, so you feel very close to the animals. We were there until quite late and the animals were starting to get a bit lively – dinner time, I suppose!  This is when I got these shots:

Cotswold WP2 Little Mister

I’ve never seen a baby Rhino before

Cotswold WP1 Rhino


This Lion’s roar sounded like thunder

Cotswold WPG lion

And we just fell in love with this curly haired pig!

Cotswold WP PIG



Once again I’m linking with Charly @ PODcast and her Black & White photography project #BWPhotoProject

If you’re interested in taking black & photo photography here’s a useful (and quick!) tutorial to get you going or check out Charly’s Pinterest page for some truly inspiring black & white photography.

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  • Mary @ Over 40 and a Mum to One

    Wow! That pig is a brute isn’t he. Really should go back, don’t think we’ve been since Monkey was really small #bwphotoproject

    • MummyShire

      Yes, that pig really was quite something, Little Mister was mesmerised. Cotswold Wildlife Park is a great day out and has a unique feel to the park, I think

  • Nicola

    Is that pig real? It is one of the kids tots right? Too ugly to be a toy though…..!!

    • MummyShire

      Ha! This is definitely a real pig but one with curly hair.
      Ugly?! Little Mister fell in love with this curly haired pig, I literally had to drag his away from the Family Farmyard area
      The irony is that we’re at the Wildlife Centre with all of these amazing wild animals & he falls in love with a pig!

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