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Eye Contact! Photograph - Hypnotic Gaze by OLenaArt Lena Owens

Hypnotic Gaze is a photograph by OLenaArt Lena Owens which was uploaded on May 11th, 2013.

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Great portrait Olena. Incredible detail.


Chris, it is her. Female lion, with hypnotic gaze ) I know, how you love taking pictures of wild animals. When you're in Colorado, you may want to visit Wild Animals Sanctuary. Here is an info for you: "Saving one animal may not change the world...But surely, for that one animal...The world will change forever! Mission To save animals from the issues of wild life captivity. Company Overview "TWAS has been rescuing exotic wildlife and endangered species since 1980, and is currently home to more than 290 Lions, Tigers, Bears, Jaguars, Leopards, Mountain Lions, Lynx, Bobcats, Servals, Wolves, and other wildlife. These animals were abandoned, abused, illegally kept, or came from other terrible situations. The vast majority of the animals were so-called “pets” - and were confiscated by law enforcement officials - usually within the first six months of their lives. The sanctuary also provides a permanent refuge to surplus animals from zoos and other wildlife facilities, where they face euthanasia due to over-breeding." 1946 County Road 53 Keenesburg, Colorado 80643 Phone (303) 536-0118 Email Website

He looks like such a cuddly critter Lena, you captured him (or her?) very nicely.