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With a passion as warm as the rising African Sun!
I have been a little quiet this last week... perhaps just as well! I thought I would share an image with you all, something I love to do. How can one help it when this meets you outside your back door!
Lions Stare (Canon 7D; f/8; 1/125sec; ISO-320; 400mm)
A young male lion (Panthera leo) stares at food potential a short distance off. He had spent the day with the pride resting up in the shade of a thicket. Generally, during the late afternoon the pride will stir. Young cubs will be fed and the pride will prepare for the next hunt, normally a nocturnal affair, although in Mana Pools the hunt quite commonly occurs in both the early morning and late afternoon. Eight lions were counted in this pride and two small cubs were apparently hidden in the thicket.What has this got to do with business... well, err, nothing, but you do occasionally peep out your window at work, don't you? He blogs at South of the Africa Equator. Of course Andrew does Twitter a bit - Follow @zimbandrew and LinkedIn: Andrew Field and I am trying Google+ too - please feel free to link up.Harare, Zimbabwe.