Mother of Lions

Ruby Kearney joined me for a photoshoot around Fitzwilliam Museum. We started on King’s Lane, which has a great little tunnel. After taking some shots there we proceeded to the museum entrance which has two pairs of lions guarding it. The lion statues provided a majestic feel to the photos, and inspired the blog name “Mother of Lions”, a homage to Daenery’s “Mother of Dragons”.

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Ruby Kearney at the entrance of King’s Lane
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Ruby Kearney. By sitting near the entrance of the tunnel, Ruby was well lit, while having a bit of shadows in the background.
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Fitzwilliam Museum has a very grand entrance with all the stone columns.
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Making the most of the location. I am shooting all these photos with a 35mm lens, to include more of the environment.
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Ruby Kearney
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Ruby Kearney, Mother of Lions.
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This spot right between the lions were one of my favourite locations.
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Ruby Kearney
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Ruby Kearney and one of the lions.
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Ruby Kearney
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