Huge Lion Surprises Photographer With Scary Roar, Then Smiles At Him

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Working in nature is a blessed occupation, as it provides numerous benefits. One of the most interesting jobs is a wildlife photographer. While they are struggling to capture the perfect shot, they associate with nature and usually come face-to-face with rare animals. Relating with wildlife they experience various adventure and scary situations, but most of the time they allow their mind to relax.

However, everyone who is planning to go in nature should be aware that his/her adrenaline levels are often high when being in the wild.

Van Gogh In “The Letters of Vincent Van Gogh,” says to his brother:

“Do go on doing a lot of walking and keep up your love of nature, for that is the right way to understand art better and better. Painters understand nature and love her and teach us to see.”

Here we share a story about Gren Sowerby, a 69-year-old wildlife photographer, who has been photographing wildlife for about forty years. He lives in Whitley Bay, Northumberland, and he claims that it is a pleasure to spend his time around wild beasts.

However, recently, when he went on a safari in Maasai Mara, Kenya, he had an unusual experience, getting a “shock of his life”.

Noticing a huge lion around 40-50 feet far from him, he was preparing to take some unique photos of that majestic animal.

When he came on 10-15 meters away, he saw the lion with a lioness while they were crossing a stream. They had prey in the bushes and I think he let out a growl showing it was full.

His enormous size surprised Sowerby. Although large, the lava was very quiet and quiet, but suddenly a big boom came from it.

What Sowerby could understand was that he was probably saying, “I’m the king of the jungle.”

What happened just a moment later pleasantly surprised Sowerby, as the lion smiled at him as if someone had winked at him and said, “Haha!”

Gren was shocked, but at the same time captured a moment of satisfaction, especially with the photos taken, which he later looked back at when he returned home.

He regularly goes on these safaris and really enjoys wildlife photography.

The animals grew up around safaris, so they were used to the presence of cars and tourists. According to Gren, the king of the jungle is always a pleasure to capture while photographing.

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Sources:

www.majesticanimals.net

www.boredpanda.com

 nypost.com

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