I love the strong emotions in this picture. Typically the lioness is the one in charge, the one who hunts and takes care of the babies but here she surrenders, gives up her power momentarily to engage to the lion's sweet play.
An impala strolls around blissfully unaware it has become a home for a contented spider. Photographer Frank Solomon captured the bizarre image while on safari at Kruger National Park, South Africa Picture: FRANK SOLOMON / SOLENT
The saiga antelope is a critically endangered antelope that originally inhabited a vast area of the Eurasian steppe zone. The saiga is recognizable by an extremely unusual, over-sized, flexible nose structure, the proboscis.
I love that all you can see is the giraffe's silhouette and the only color in the photo is the sunset in the background. Giraffe Silhouette - Taken late afternoon as this giraffe came into a river crossing
I love Giraffes and all other animals! I love Africa! I love that I can see nature at its best. This picture is awesome. I am determined to create a gumpaste/fondant giraffe that will closely resemble this one.