Thank you for the unexpected reaction to "An African day is done":
Back to the lions of Bona Bona. There are three young males together and the one has the scars of being a troublemaker. I was told they had a brawl over food and he was injured but his will to survive pulled him through and he is as dominant as ever. To me that is boldness and courage despite his awkward "smile" kept as a reminder of his courage. His name in Afrikaans is "skewebek" or scewed mouth. See if you can spot the troublemaker and also his scars on the close ups.
Next Sunday I may show some of the other Renderosity members around on the lion farm. I am really looking forward to that.
I hope you all have a super week ahead!
Dec 10, 2006 9:30:34 amby meico Homepage »
Great picture. Even in the group shot you can pick him out. I always have a sneaking liking for the non-comformist [I was - am - always contemptuous of peer pressure] Good for him! I say - and good for you for this most excellent celebration of his courage and independence.
Dec 10, 2006 12:11:14 pmby Littlejock Homepage »
Outstanding composition and Great work. I love every pic of this collage. in the first seems the lion thinking: Uhmmmmm How could taste this man?.. LOL, specially the third lion on right side. Hugs my friend.. and I gad admire every pic from you.
Dec 10, 2006 2:00:52 pmby rainbows Homepage »
Incredible collage, Oom!!! I cannot imagine that I could ever be in such close proximity with these magestic creatures. Hats off to you PTA... and to the strength of this lion to survive.. Have a great time with RR friend at Bona Bona. I wish I could be with you all. Now, I must go and sizzle "Oom Bears" steak ;-) Happy Hugs. Di Di.