Very beautiful! I love the lion as well, such stunning eyes.
Thank you..I will be sure to pass this along.BEAUTIFUL BEAUTIFUL work, love them all. Your one called "HARVEST" made me want to eat a hand full of grapes, they just seemed to pop right out at me. "PROWL" looks like a live shot, which I know wasn't, and "FAITH AND HOPE", the picture says it all. I'd like to say, "please thank your nephew for his wonderful service.
I have never had the pleasure of going to the Cabela's there. Is that where the flagship store is? That's really neat that you were able to photograph real lions behind glass. We don't have a zoo anywhere close to us.Those are awesome! I especially love the lion. At first I though, "Holy cow, she got that close to a live lion!" He really does look lifelike. I'm going to be going through DFW twice in late May, on my way to and from Louisiana. Maybe I'll be able to stop by Cabela's, I've never been. On a side note, I'm going to Monroe, LA and they have a small zoo. The lion exibit has one side made out of safety glass or something. I have pics that look like I'm standing right in front of the male.
Well, duh! You would think I would have known that. My son and his family lived in Texas for several years and were stationed at Fort Hood. He was a Cobra Crew Chief and served in Mogadishu. I used to fly into DFW where they would pick my up and take me through the area. It was HUGE and with so many roads going everywhere that I was afraid to drive. They lived in Gainsville and then in another small community before being re-stationed.DFW= Dallas, Forth Worth area. They've pretty much grown together and there are tons of suburbs that kind of run together too.