We got up at the crack of dawn on both Saturday and Sunday, quite literally. Unfortunately the sunrises were mostly a washout (we had periods of crappy weather during the weekend), but here are a few shots of the break of dawn.
There were approximately 40 of us in the photo camp group, and we were always split between 2 buses to ensure that we weren't packed on top of each other like sardines. Here's a photo of the other bus.
This is one of my absolute favorite photos of the whole trip, a close up of a bison.
Here's a wild horse (Przewalski's wild horse).
This is the Sichuan Takin. An odd-looking animal, if I say so myself. Reminds me of something out of Star Wars.
This is another favorite, a wild donkey: the Persian onager.
After breakfast, I was able to get some flower photos. Here is some Indian's Blanket.
Sorry, I don't have an ID on this flower.
This is a male Indo-chinese sika deer.
And here is a beautiful female cheetah.
Wow, all this, and it's not even noon on Saturday yet!