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Another from this series of images. The dark lower jaw fascinates.
Was there something wrong with it's lower jaw? Wouldn't like to get too close to it.
I wondered about that lower jaw as well - I presume you don't know how she got it either?
Great shot Ron; I'd be tempted to lose a bit off the right, but I love the proud pose and obviously not to be messed with
Brilliant shot well taken.
Great shot, love the title, as always, great colours on your African shots,
What a beautiful lioness! It really blends with the vegetation in the background. A great photo! JNC
Ah, she's alert!!! beautiful capture. I love the tones you use for your wildlife photographs
A lovely capture..the tones of the whole composition are so attractive and effective too.
Beautiful capture , I love the colour.
The dark lower jaw is usually caused by prey kicking out at the lioness as she jumps on its back. It's not to serious and goes down quite quickly. Judging by here belly she has not long eaten.
Wonderful shot again Ron.
I like the turned up tail.
a lioness in all her glory captured. perfect frame and tones. The upturned tail says she is being watchful... great capture.
Beautiful light and lioness detail Ron and a lovely composition.
There are more to come later, thank you all for the info as to how her jaw is black. Informative bunch out there ! Ron.
Yes the lower jaw does look odd. Her colours blend well with the surroundings. Well captured.
I love to be with you there.... great shot.
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