This shot was one of 250 taken at the Wildlife Heritage Foundation near Smarden in Kent . The day photographing big cats was given to me by my wife as a Christmas present . The establishment looks after endangered big cat species and has their own web sit at “www.whf.org.uk”; . It is not open to the public but regurlarly runs photographic days for from One photographer to club days

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2013 gained aFIAP and cPAGB accreditations.

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  • Richard Hamilton-Veal
    Richard Hamilt...almost 6 years ago

    He certainly looks like he has been in a scrap or two.

  • Dear old chap poses for hours but they look after him and two others very well.

    – SWEEPER

  • JoBaby13
    JoBaby13over 5 years ago

    A great shot Phil!; looks like he has a few tales to tell

  • Ruth Lambert
    Ruth Lambertabout 5 years ago

    Nice capture! Great work!

  • Barb Miller
    Barb Milleralmost 5 years ago

    I hate to see them get scratched up. However, I know it’s going to happen. Even my bird dog comes home scratched and limping sometimes. Barb

  • THanks Barbara ,the younger males were giving him a hard time .

    – SWEEPER

  • jodi payne
    jodi payneover 2 years ago

    What a handsome face he has despite his scars. Great close up!!

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