Gloomy Shropshire skies today had me rifling through the Farrells’ old Africa album, though it has to be said that Kenya, too, does a good line in gloom, cold and wetness at certain seasons. Anyway, the sun is shining in this particular shot, taken in the Maasai Mara long ago, and these ‘likely lads’ of the leonine kind (or maybe a lad and lass) are anyway sure to raise a smile.
32 thoughts on “Two Of A Kind”
awww just look at those faces – this size they look so cuddly (not)!!
PS as you may have gathered I am taking kindly to your two of a kind 🙂
Expect no less from you kindly self 🙂
They do indeed look v. cuddly.
Ah, lovely kitties 😊
Aren’t they just.
Aren’t they pretty!
What a wonderful two of kind shot! I’m sure that was quite something to see. 🙂
It was wonderful, Lisa.
Lovely shot of two little gentle kitties…. not!!
Yep. Looks can be v. deceptive lion-wise.
I had 2 little birdies. Your lovely lions would have eaten them, given half a chance 🙂 🙂
You’re probably right, Jo, though they’d doubtless have waited for mum to provide the delivery service.
They certainly made me smile, Tish. We both have cuties on the blog today but at rather different ends of the predator-prey spectrum. 🙂
I fear your little ducklings might prove tasty morsels.
Love the shot. They are so calm and focused. I can see it in their eyes that they are ready to capture anyone who’s on their way.
the look in their eyes mean serious business but they sure made me smile. 🙂 🙂
A feline face – big or small – is guaranteed to make me smile. Unless of course I was to encounter that face in the wild while hiking. Then I’d likely substitute that smile with a look of sheer terror 😉
What a great photo!
Hello, Joanne. Reckon you’d be fine if they’d already had breakfast 🙂
I love the expressions on their faces. A bit the same same, yet different – the one on the right has a smirk.
Yes that smirk is priceless. Who knew lions did that 🙂
Indeed! Thank you for an occasion for a chuckle & smile, Tish!
Loved our time in Maasai Mara..love the ohoto of those baby lions.
It would be hard not to be amazed in the Mara 🙂
Bravo. Always enjoy your photographic work.
Thank you, GC 🙂