This pride was very close to our camp and we had plenty of opportunity to watch them.
And sometimes they 'people-watched'. This lioness was watching a group of Masai men walking in the distance. Lion are wary of Masai - traditionally they would have hunted them.
This yearling was very playful, we watched as she tossed this stick about like a kitten with a toy before encouraging the other lionesses to join in a game of chase.
Shaking off after a shower of rain.
This lioness had a huge scar across her face. The guides named her Ugly Betty.
This was her good side.
Lions can sleep for 20 hours a day so there can be quite a bit of waiting around to get a photograph.
Our camp was elegantly furnished. We ate our evening meals by candlelight. It was very atmospheric as you sat down to dinner you could hear lion and hyena outside.