Joy

Joy can be described as the offspring of happiness and excitement, an emotion one achieves upon experiencing some great event. While it is an emotion that most encounter, the reasons behind it differs between everyone. Joy for one person can represent hurt or anger for another. At its core, however, Joy is not an emotion that can manually be conjured up. It is a spontaneous event that is a result of an extraordinary incident touching one’s life. Fewer places bring more joy to people than a day at the zoo.

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Fun in the sun.

First visit to the zoo always generates smiles.

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Loving the zoo.

Looks like the zoo’s not just for kids anymore.

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Free souvenir.

It’s easy to be entertained when you’re happy.

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Curiousity.

Another souvenir perhaps?

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Spiderman.

Little boy posing for parents.

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Checking out the animals.

Loving the giant grizzly bear.

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Fun in the petting zoo.

Little girl trying to get mom’s attention by the pond.

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Kid’s love the zoo.

Showing off the guns?

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