Two headed lion?

by Bob Shepardson
(DeBary, Fl. U.S.A.)

Two headed lion take 1

Two headed lion take 1

Following the Siamese twin theme, while at the Chudop water hole in Etosha park we took this photo.


Sort of neat isn't it.

In actuality it is two Nomads who had just come in for a drink near sunset and then were walking away together. Or is it???

You judge

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Nov 10, 2012
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by: Anonymous

Kevin, It is of course actually two bodies. The angle makes it very difficult, if not impossible to determine which head goes the body. The head on the right is the one that goes with the body you see from the rear. On the left the front of the cat merges in perfectly with the body of the right hand cat, making the illusion. I doubt that this will ever happen to us again. The shots preceeding this shot and the next couple show them coming together and parting. The shot is taken at about 300 meters.

Nov 09, 2012
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by: Kevin

I cannot make out which head belongs to the body that we can see!

Nov 07, 2012
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Optical illusion!
by: Peter

Must be one of those desert mirages...

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