My favourite quote on photography is so simple. It comes from the mind of a greatly respected Nat Geo cameraman, Jim; Richardson. He said "If you want to be a better photographer, stand in front of more interesting stuff ".; It seems so banal, but it is also "bang on". The lens may look both ways and the photographer's soul, ability and experience plays a; big role, but let's face it, the lens looks outward more than it looks inward. Not even Ansel Adams could have taken a new picture; of the Eiffel Tower that the world needed to see.; I take no credit for this image. It may be quite extraordinary and may never be seen again, but all I had to do was point my camera; lens at the subject. So who is to credit?; I would give credit to my intelligent guide in the eastern Serengeti - Leverd Mgomwende and also the conservation NGOs in; Tanzania and beyond who are helping the lion survive. Lions are under huge pressure and this is an uplifting photograph. Most of; all though, I dedicate it to my long term friend - South Africa's Kevin Richardson. He is the lion's champion in Africa and that is; quite a responsibility.; I see 20 lion at the bar. That's just nuts.
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Isabella Garrucho Fine Art is an art gallery based in Greenwood. It offers a great selection of artworks for sale by many emerging and established artists.
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