Lioness Steals A Camera

A unique view of the South African savannah has been captured on camera thanks to a curious lioness with a taste for fame. Photographer Roger de la Harpe, from Africa Imagery, was snapping the fearful felines in the Tswalu Game Reserve when the drama unfolded. The 57-year-old, joined by his wife and niece, was taking pictures for his new book when he spotted three lionesses on the path ahead.

A unique view of the South African savannah has been captured on camera thanks to a curious lioness with a taste for fame. Photographer Roger de la Harpe, from Africa Imagery, was snapping the fearful felines in the Tswalu Game Reserve when the drama unfolded. The 57-year-old, joined by his wife and niece, was taking pictures for his new book when he spotted three lionesses on the path ahead.

A unique view of the South African savannah has been captured on camera thanks to a curious lioness with a taste for fame. Photographer Roger de la Harpe, from Africa Imagery, was snapping the fearful felines in the Tswalu Game Reserve when the drama unfolded. The 57-year-old, joined by his wife and niece, was taking pictures for his new book when he spotted three lionesses on the path ahead.

A unique view of the South African savannah has been captured on camera thanks to a curious lioness with a taste for fame. Photographer Roger de la Harpe, from Africa Imagery, was snapping the fearful felines in the Tswalu Game Reserve when the drama unfolded. The 57-year-old, joined by his wife and niece, was taking pictures for his new book when he spotted three lionesses on the path ahead.

A unique view of the South African savannah has been captured on camera thanks to a curious lioness with a taste for fame. Photographer Roger de la Harpe, from Africa Imagery, was snapping the fearful felines in the Tswalu Game Reserve when the drama unfolded. The 57-year-old, joined by his wife and niece, was taking pictures for his new book when he spotted three lionesses on the path ahead.