thedailyfeed:

Roar! Photographer David Lloyd has captured the epic drama of African wildlife with his series of black and white photos. 

Lloyd told The Daily that when it comes to being face to face with a lion, there’s no substitute for the real thing. “There’s nothing so intense as a [wild] lion looking right at you. Zoo lions just cannot replicate that same look.” For more images, visit Lloyd’s website. 

thedailyfeed:

Roar! Photographer David Lloyd has captured the epic drama of African wildlife with his series of black and white photos. 

Lloyd told The Daily that when it comes to being face to face with a lion, there’s no substitute for the real thing. “There’s nothing so intense as a [wild] lion looking right at you. Zoo lions just cannot replicate that same look.” For more images, visit Lloyd’s website. 

thedailyfeed:

Roar! Photographer David Lloyd has captured the epic drama of African wildlife with his series of black and white photos. 

Lloyd told The Daily that when it comes to being face to face with a lion, there’s no substitute for the real thing. “There’s nothing so intense as a [wild] lion looking right at you. Zoo lions just cannot replicate that same look.” For more images, visit Lloyd’s website. 

thedailyfeed:

Roar! Photographer David Lloyd has captured the epic drama of African wildlife with his series of black and white photos. 

Lloyd told The Daily that when it comes to being face to face with a lion, there’s no substitute for the real thing. “There’s nothing so intense as a [wild] lion looking right at you. Zoo lions just cannot replicate that same look.” For more images, visit Lloyd’s website. 

thedailyfeed:

Roar! Photographer David Lloyd has captured the epic drama of African wildlife with his series of black and white photos. 

Lloyd told The Daily that when it comes to being face to face with a lion, there’s no substitute for the real thing. “There’s nothing so intense as a [wild] lion looking right at you. Zoo lions just cannot replicate that same look.” For more images, visit Lloyd’s website. 

thedailyfeed:

Roar! Photographer David Lloyd has captured the epic drama of African wildlife with his series of black and white photos.

Lloyd told The Daily that when it comes to being face to face with a lion, there’s no substitute for the real thing. “There’s nothing so intense as a [wild] lion looking right at you. Zoo lions just cannot replicate that same look.” For more images, visit Lloyd’s website

(via thedailyfeed)

sunny-skies:

15 Agosto 1961 - Esattamente 50 anni fa il 19enne Hans Conrad Schumann fugge da Berlino Est saltando il filo spinato prima che venga eretto il vero e proprio muro. L’immagine, immortalata da Peter Leibing divenne uno dei simboli della Guerra Fredda.

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magicalnaturetour:

Flying in France (by Stuck in Customs) :)

A Roma questa giostra si chiama Calci in culo!