Cubcam: Hidden cameras capture amazing images of the secret life of lions and their young…

article-1175066-04ba4af7000005dc-311_634x434_popupI found this story at Mail Online and thought what a great idea. Wildlife photographers put up hidden cameras so they could follow the lives of 20 different prides of lions. Obviously there will be a book and it will cost a pretty penny so I have decided to start saving because it will be worth it. These are amazing photos and I can’t wait to see more.

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Do you think they know the camera is there?

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Wildlife photographers Anup and Manoj Shah have spent a total of six months in the heart of the Masai Mara, photographing some of the 20 prides that roam the area. Born and raised in Kenya by Indian parents, brothers, Anup and Manoj are self taught wildlife photographers. Set to be showcased in a new book, ‘The Lions Of Mara’, which will be released in 2011, the brothers will return to the Masai Mara later this year to collate more images to finish their project.

For the full story you can go to Mail Online


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7 Responses to Cubcam: Hidden cameras capture amazing images of the secret life of lions and their young…

  1. ck says:

    Such beautiful photographs! I can’t even imagine being close enough to plant those cameras.

  2. It is hard to believe that these animals are not aware of the cameras, right? I mean, in some of the photos, I almost feel like they are posing. Too funny!

    What a absolutely fabulous website and project. To see such vivid photos is really quite amazing.

    Great post!

    -Francesca

    PS: LOVE the big font in your comment section. So very user friendly.

  3. insider53 says:

    Francesca,
    Thanks, I like your site too. Large fonts are easy when you do not get many comments, if I did the font would be microscopic to keep the scroll from being ridiculous.

  4. spamwarrior says:

    Those are beautiful…

  5. KathyB! says:

    This is fascinating photography. Almost as intriguing is trying to figure out how exactly they were able to capture the photos!

  6. Great photos! The book should be really good.

  7. faemom says:

    Those pictures are awesome!

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