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Taken at Hwange in November 2013  

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Peter Connan

Gregor, the lion and buffalo are excellent!

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Steve Offner

The Great Lions of the Timbavati, South Africa

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Morkel Erasmus

@@Gregor I agree, the lion-buff photo from Nakuru is awesome!

 

Nice shots all around...

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Olare Motorogi Conservancy, Mara June 2014

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@@Morkel Erasmus Yep, agree mate, so great images uploaded recently. Well done everyone, keep at it :)

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the Skimmer male at Duba September 2013

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oops...here is the photo

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Soukous

@@Gregor - love the lion snarling at the buffalo

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Hi all ,just back from Botswana and found a couple of Cats

 

Taken Chobe and the surprise of the trip found a mother with 7 cubs at Nxai Pan, Photo taken before sunrise at a veary high ISO in first light

 

 

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My first Lion on my very first africa trip. Namibia Etosha.

Hope to see more in Botswana next year.

 

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Morkel Erasmus

@@LionMrSimba great action - any more of the sequence??

@@IamFisheye great light and classic Mana angle :) underpants still clean?

 

This is Scar/Scarface fresh from the Mara Triangle in Kenya last week. Easily the most intimidating lion I've photographed, he's got real presence (and it's not just due to his scarred eye, which is apparently the relic from a Maasai spear in his cattle-stealing days).

 

 

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Peter Connan

@@Morkel Erasmus, now that's a mean-looking bugger! Stunning.

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graceland

Agree - stunning shot...and not one I'd want too close by!

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@@Morkel Erasmus , I have heard lot of about Scarface . He look pure warrior, fearless and majestic. He remind me one of India most famous Tiger Waghdoh, Coincidentally his name is also Scarface and His Right eye is also injured Due to fight with Bull Guar. He is also fearless and Majestic.

Absolutely Stunning Pic. TFS

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