News, but not the serious kind
It’s a jungle out there…
Johnson, get your butt into my office!
What did I do now, Boss? I thought I was improving as a news photographer.
You are! I see all of our clients used YOUR photos of new those tiger cubs at the zoo. It’s as if the competition didn’t even send anybody!
They did send a photographer, Boss. The tigers ate him. It was pretty gross.
And while this poor guy was being torn limb from limb, you just kept shooting the cute little cubs?
Er, yes I did, Boss.
Huzzah, Johnson! You’re turning into a real professional, right before my eyes! Uh, Johnson? What happened to his cameras?
It was the damnedest thing, Boss. The tigers took his equipment and started playing journalist.
It’s their instinct, Johnson. You never heard of cub reporters?
Top: One of four Bengali White Tiger cubs plays with a photographer’s camera at the Zoo Safari Park Stukenbrock April 19, 2011. Four Bengali White Tigers were born two month ago on Valentine’s Day in the zoo near the western German city of Bielefeld.
Left: A Bengali White Tiger cub plays with a photographer at the Zoo Safari Park Stukenbrock.
Right: Three Bengali White Tiger cubs play at the Zoo Safari Park Stukenbrock.
REUTERS photos by Wolfgang Rattay