This would be such a natural setting for this shot if it wasn't for the man made tracking collar put on this animal! Ruined nature scene altogether. Wild should mean wild!
The best part I find is the cubs learning everything curiously. Great composition. Hats off to Michael.
The picture on the main page is some kind of willd turkey and when I click on it then I get the lions picture. any one knows why is this so?
This shot is spectacular!!!
What a lovely skyline and a beautiful moon gacefully rising to lightup the night sky!
The illumination is so adorable and really looks cool, showing the night life out there.
This is a brilliant shot , that tells it own story just by viewing.
The landscape really complements the pride,they could not have been captured in a better frame!!
Well done Micheal,keep them coming.
Very grateful for sharing.
I want to follow these lionesses in their hunt and capture the whole thing on camera.
Wouldn't that be amazing.
A couple of days ago there was a study in green. This is a study in blue.
The lazy languid strides of the lioness on the right seem just right for this evening setting.
Technicality / Composition / Content / X factor / originality = 8/10 zoom lenses
@Sur Pan 好温馨好有爱~beautiful and comely~
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