Captured by a remote camera disguised with elephant dung and grass, these intimate images give a unique insight in to the life of a jungle king.
Wildlife photographers Anup and Manoj Shah have spent a total of six months in the heart of the Masai Mara, photographing some of the 20 prides that roam the area.
The mane event: A mature male lion runs past the camera.
Tight spot: A cub from the Bilashaka pride is trapped by a herd of Cape Buffalo.
Set up in 1961, the Masai Mara National Reserve in southern Kenya, covers 1,510km2 of open grassland and savannah, studded with arcadia trees.