Cats in the rain

by Bob Shepardson
(DeBary Fl USA)

wet cats 1

wet cats 1

wet cats 1
wet cats 2
wet cats 3
wet cats 4

While photographing in the rain isn't the most fun, it can sometimes yield interesting results. This group of lions was composed of 2 large females and 4 sub adults. They were located on the S29.


If you look closely you can see some of the Zebra kill that they were feeding on in the 4th photo.

This was our last day in the park and by the time we left at noon, we were able to photograph 27 lions. Bottom line is - don't let the rain keep you in camp!

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Feb 13, 2015
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by: Rake

Ha ha.. This is actually fun to see. To see these wild cats so calm and peaceful is something so rare to watch. This is the best way by which one can watch for these cats in their natural way.


Feb 06, 2013
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by: Jenny

Nice sighting, Mario and I love going out in the rain because you can get some unusual shots. I like pic 3 it shows you just how wet the lions cubs are and 4 because of the kill in the back ground. Great sighting and lovely pics Bob.

Feb 05, 2013
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Cats in the rain
by: Melanie

Pic number two - awesome! Feel those eyes focused on you. All good pics, considering they were taken in the rain!

Jan 20, 2013
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I love the look of wet cats - nice pics!
by: Noreen

I like images 2 and 4 because of the eye-contact

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