CAMERA UPDATE: I now believe I know the problem with my camera after my sweet little doggie, Ninja, crashed into the lens the other day. I cannot exactly pinpoint what is rattling, but there seems to be a problem with the power. Shortly after arriving at the SF Zoo today, it died. But, always being prepared, I had spare batteries. Then about 10 pictures into the new batteries, the red "low battery" signal showed up again. I could take a picture, then it would shut off. Then I could turn it on again, take one picture, then it shut off again. Good news is, I can still take pictures, bad news is, I can only take one and I don't have very long to do so.
So as I said, we went to the San Francisco Zoo today, and were treated to a very funny incident when a gorilla got hold of a Nintendo NDS that a little boy dropped into the gorilla habitat.
The gorilla was very interested in his prized new find.
It wasn't long before the little gorilla wanted to see what it was.
He was trying to figure it out.
Then he flipped it around to see if that would work.
Then they both held it very close to their eyes to try to see through it.
Of course, the little guy thought he could do a better job and figure it out. Kids, ya know.
Then, I began taking this video. But it wasn't very long into it, that my camera died. At the very end of the movie, you can see the gorilla start to get up. It was at that moment that a trainer lured him over with an apple, and traded the game for the shiny red apple.
The little boy got his game system back, a little beat up and slobbered on, but it still worked.