Cats in the Flowers

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



Lion Cub
Two lion cubs

This march when we went to Etosha we were suprised on several fronts. One of which was the ability to obtain photos of all of the big cats framed by flowers. In the past our trips had always been in September when flowers just aren't there. In March some of the open areas were a riot of color. Granted mostly yellow, but color none the less. It was neat to be able and lucky enough to take photos of all of Etosha big cats in this setting. Hope you enjoy.

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Nov 05, 2015
Nice shots
by: Ilse Metheny

The flowers make the photos!

May 31, 2012
Flower power
by: Anonymous

Wow Bob I just love these pics. Flowers always add to a photograph don't they. You were very blessed to get all three cats in the flowers and posing so nicely for you.

May 24, 2012
Thanks for sharing these great pics Bob!
by: Mario

You have also dispelled a very big myth - that "there are no animals to be seen in summer"! Not only did you get to see the three big cats on multiple occassions but you got to shoot them amongst wildflowers making for some unique images.

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