Hi everyone, I recently stayed at an amazing lodge within Addo Elephant Park, South Africa - Gorah Elephant Camp, for those interested. Addo is SA's 3rd largest park, with an area of 1640 km2 and contains all of Africas Big 5. Accomodation was a tent. I use the term "tent" loosely, as it wasn't the sort of tent that Hillary took to Everest. On both mornings we were woken up at 7am by the low frequency roars of a lion, who was probably asking his mate if he'd seen any breakfast . I'm not sure how far away he was, could've been 20m could've been 200m. Either way it's a bit unnerving when there's nothing to stop him from ripping through the walls. I was assured by our guide that although the walls are canvas, the animals still see it as a solid object, and hence won't try to break through. Great! There's nothing quite like enjoying breakfast while watching a lion drink from a watering hole just 40 meters away. No fences!! I can confidently say I was ****ting myself. I used a SML Pentax-M 135mm f2.5 adapted to my OMD - thanks for the loan dad! A Panasonic 20mm and the Olympus 14-42mm. It was a bit tricky using manual focus with the 135mm because the animals are constantly moving, either away from or towards you. But I snapped a few good ones in the end. I hope you enjoy! Cheers, Don.