Mountain Lion

© Jason W. Romero

Mountain Lion

Uploaded: August 22, 2005


Taken at the Living Desert Zoo. Palm Desert, CA.


Rhonda Smith August 26, 2005

Great shot Jason.. hopefully you used a telephoto lens to get this one ... LOL #300916

Jason W. Romero August 27, 2005

Thanks, Rhonda! Actually, she was pretty close (Through glass at the Living Desert Zoo in Palm Springs, CA). I wanted to pet her, and then she yawned and I saw the teeth! #1775000

Sylvia Rossler August 28, 2005

ok you already replied to my was a shot trough the glass because I miss a bit the natural colors of the cougar !
The framing and timing are great ! #1776847

Jason W. Romero August 28, 2005

Thanks Sylvia. I am still toying with color management to correct the cast. I'm playing with a B&W version currently (solves the cast problem, hun?) Thanks again for all your comments. I appreciate them all! #1777012

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