Steve Blooms Big Cat Pics

Steve Bloom in India in 2004) From a brutal battle between a lion and a buffalo to the tender moment between a lioness and her cubs, these are the stunning snaps which capture the true beauty of big cats on camera. The fierce felines were caught on film by famed wildlife photographer, Steve Bloom, who spent a decade travelling the globe and seeking out some of the world’s most lethal creatures. The 59-year-old, who is originally from South Africa and now lives in Kent.

Steve Bloom in India in 2004) From a brutal battle between a lion and a buffalo to the tender moment between a lioness and her cubs, these are the stunning snaps which capture the true beauty of big cats on camera. The fierce felines were caught on film by famed wildlife photographer, Steve Bloom, who spent a decade travelling the globe and seeking out some of the world's most lethal creatures. The 59-year-old, who is originally from South Africa and now lives in Kent.

Steve Bloom in India in 2004) From a brutal battle between a lion and a buffalo to the tender moment between a lioness and her cubs, these are the stunning snaps which capture the true beauty of big cats on camera. The fierce felines were caught on film by famed wildlife photographer, Steve Bloom, who spent a decade travelling the globe and seeking out some of the world's most lethal creatures. The 59-year-old, who is originally from South Africa and now lives in Kent.

Steve Bloom in India in 2004) From a brutal battle between a lion and a buffalo to the tender moment between a lioness and her cubs, these are the stunning snaps which capture the true beauty of big cats on camera. The fierce felines were caught on film by famed wildlife photographer, Steve Bloom, who spent a decade travelling the globe and seeking out some of the world's most lethal creatures. The 59-year-old, who is originally from South Africa and now lives in Kent.

Steve Bloom in India in 2004) From a brutal battle between a lion and a buffalo to the tender moment between a lioness and her cubs, these are the stunning snaps which capture the true beauty of big cats on camera. The fierce felines were caught on film by famed wildlife photographer, Steve Bloom, who spent a decade travelling the globe and seeking out some of the world's most lethal creatures. The 59-year-old, who is originally from South Africa and now lives in Kent.