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In the golden embrace of a Maasai Mara kopje - a rocky outcrop that rises above the plain - a male lion finds repose amidst the crouton bushes, his majestic presence a silent tribute to the untamed beauty of Kenya. The sun casts a warm glow over the rugged terrain, illuminating the lion's regal mane as he rests with an air of dignified tranquility. The crouton bushes, resilient and protective with their natural insect deterrent, cradle the lion like a lush royal throne. 

Although lion's are known for their hunting skills and intense power, they are masters of rest, sleeping 16-20 hours a day. And they are social creatures who rely on the bonds of pride and family for protection and company. It's no wonder to me that lions are so intrinsically connected to the idea of God, a symbol of power and dominance, but also rest and connection. 

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One of the significant threats to African lions is habitat fragmentation. As human populations expand and encroach upon lion territories, natural habitats become fragmented, leading to isolated populations. This fragmentation reduces the lions' access to prey, increases human-wildlife conflict, and limits their ability to roam freely. Conservation initiatives often focus on mitigating these effects through habitat preservation and corridors to connect fragmented areas.

Many successful lion conservation programs involve local communities. Recognizing the importance of coexistence, conservationists work with communities to develop sustainable practices that minimize conflict. This includes implementing livestock protection measures, promoting responsible tourism, and ensuring that communities benefit from the presence of lions through eco-tourism initiatives. By involving local residents in conservation efforts, there is a greater likelihood of fostering a harmonious relationship between humans and lions, ultimately contributing to the big cats' conservation.

Also available as an acrylic print

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Shipping Policy

Limited Edition Fine Art Prints: are shipped from my Carbon Neutral print lab in London, UK.

Prints are shipped with DHL/courier delivery to ensure safe and quick arrival.

Delivery to the US: 3-5 business days

Delivery to Europe: 3-5 business days

Delivery to Asia: 4-7 business days

All other locations: 5-7 business days

Acrylic Prints: are shipped from Canada and take about 7 business days to arrive to North America.

Single-Edition Hand-Signed Artist Proofs: may take as long as 2 weeks to arrive.

Returns Policy

I strive for happy clients - in 4 years, I've never had a request to return a print. However, if you have changed your mind, you can ship your print back to me at your expense, and I will provide a full refund once I have received your package.

In order to serve my customers best, my prints are sent to the lab within a few hours after purchase. If you have made a duplicate order or an error in your order, please contact me ASAP to fix the issue before the order is sent to the printer.

In the very rare event that your product should arrive damaged, simply contact me with photographs of the package and product and I'll be happy to replace it at no cost to you.

Limited Editions versus Open Editions

Limited editions simply means that these prints are only available in certain quantities for that size and paper type. For example, typically my small prints are limited editions of 100 - once they are gone, they wont be available anymore at that size.

Open editions are available forever - these are being offer as acrylic prints in 40" and 60" sizes. I am offering open editions of some of my older images as well as the current collection.

Framing Suggestions

I always prefer to support a local frame shop - however we all have times where we need something a little more budget friendly.

www.frame-it-easy.com is my favorite only solution for custom frames. I don't get anything for recommending them - they're just a really great company I like to support!