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seeing these caged animals always breaks my heart a little. Even though they are getting regular food and care they always look so unhappy and sad. I always want to break them loose… but then i suppose i would become the caged animal..
* side note– i just couldn't resist throwing the last 2 of my husband in there. ironic as it is the batting cages aren't far from the animal pens.. go figure!

For some reason my heart breaks everytime i look at this shot..

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    • # Neil

      Interesting set, very mixed feelings about this. Since I live in the country I see a lot of bad choices wild animals make ( ie The road) and there are many predators. These have a safe home, even though it's some what cruel. Where is the line ?? Some people would never even get to see these creatures.

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    • # Gregg Maretka

      yea it does touch the heart.....but you ended the set on a positve note with the batting cages....fabulously crazy focusing....superb

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    • # Dave

      The "cage" and netting in #9 is very in focus sharp. It makes for an interesting story when the player, your husband, is less in focus.

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    • # Felecia

      I have a great time in the batting cages. I agree with you about the cages, but remember what happened in the Simpsons when Lisa freed the dolphin. . . .

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