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    Lion King

    Sorry for not posting for a while as I've had trouble uploading.
    Being a male lion is tough, after the hardship of growing up and fighting to be the dominant male he rules for a few years then struggles to maintain his dominance against younger and stronger lions before finally ending up alone.

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    Re: Lion King

    I love the high contrast approach to the presentation of this image. I think it beautifully captures the character of the beast.
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    Re: Lion King

    Hi Donald, many thanks for the comments. I had a lot of fun in PP coming up with this image as I felt it had so much potential.

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    Re: Lion King

    There is something noble in your approach.

    A king indeed.

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    Re: Lion King

    Hi Clive,

    What a great picture, I can't imagine it any other way than in black and white, he looks so full of wisdom and the detail is amazing.

    Well done.

    Rebecca

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    Re: Lion King

    Hi Miltos, thanks for the comments.

    Hi Rebecca, many thanks for the reply and comments. As this was taken he was looking so intently at three lionesses which were stalking a herd of buffalo on the flood plain that he never paid us any attention at all. My wife and I sat with him for about an hour before the light gave way and we had to return to our camp.

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