I spent a day this weekend at Sea World in San Antonio where a group of Cub Scouts were taking part in their camp program. This involves a lot of walking around the park with the staff seeing the different animals kept there and getting “behind the scenes”. The kids got to feed dolphins, “talk” to belugas, watch the killer whale show and sleep right in front of the shark aquarium. (Aside: I still haven’t figured out why all the orcas are called “Shamu” – come on, folks, can’t we be a bit more original? I guess it’s all a question of branding but it is all rather GeorgeForemanesque).
Most of the images I came away with were snaps for the pack web site but this one crossed the art line so I’m posting it here. The “Steel Eel” rollercoaster is one of the two signature rides in the park and we see it here in front of a rather dramatic sunset sky.
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