Out from the Pride ~ Siblings Ailsa’s travel theme: belonging Share this:PrintTumblrPinterestMoreFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Good Grief! It’s amazing the things you can find in Much Wenlock these days. I am suitably impressed.
Oh …. see your Lion Cubs and raise you an Eagle Owl. 😉
Whoa there. An eagle owl. I’ll be right over. And yes, Much Wenlock, you just never know what we Wenlockians have up our sleeves-es. Apart from arms-es, that is.
Thank you 🙂
What a fantastic shot!
Thank you, Philip.
Beautiful Tish!!! She looks happy, so free…
Yes, Ilargia, lions are so IN their element, aren’t they. So sure of themselves and their power.
OMGosh, Tish, that is a gorgeous picture. So majestic. Before I came into your blog, I saw the image from my reader and immediately thought of one of my favorite movies and soundtracks (Born Free) when I was a child. Then I look at the comment above, and see ILARGIA64 say that she looks so free.
Hope you enjoy. I dedicate this to you ‘and’ those majestic lionesses.. 🙂
Thank you, Victoria. You are very good at presents. This is a lovely treat on a gloomy English morning. I, too, loved this film. Actually mentioned John Barry the other day in my post Quoting Creatively – about his film score to Out of Africa. Hope all is well with you.
Gorgeous faces and color …. babies right ? ~~~~ : – )
Biggish babies, not quite teenagers 🙂
Still smiling at Arkenhaten and the prospect that these were sitting in the long grass just outside your window. 🙂
So very lovely, Tish! Amazing capture!
Thank you, Amy.
Tish, they are gorgeous! You must miss your life in Africa so 🙂
Yep, Madhu. I rather do miss it. You had a great trip there I trust.
We certainly did.