Thanks once again for all the nice feedback.
BasDutc, I was driving a red Toyota Corolla rental car during the 2 days. What vehicle were you driving? Enjoying your TR by the way!
Driving back to TR later I saw quite a few Black-shouldered Kites (more than I have ever seen in KTP before) and managed to get a few shots.
The afternoon drive proved to be uneventful (I was searching for bee-eaters!) and I normally never drive up to the look-out points, but as I got to the look-out point near Munro, I saw a traffic jam and realised that there was something up there.
At first it was difficult getting a glance at what they were all looking at, but a friendly lady indicated that there were some lions on the ridge. Edging past some big 4x4's I managed to see a couple of humps which moved from time to time. From a photographic point of view, it was most challenging as one was shooting right into the setting sun.
I managed to get some shots which kinda work OK and I can offer this tip. When shooting against the light, always try and find a darker background for the subject, in this case, the dunes (in shade) on the other side of the river. The shots taken with the sky as background are not usuable, whereas these are quite interesting, in my opinion. Different angle for lion images in KTP.
The victor and still crown prince
I was hoping that the lions might go down to Munro to drink and I parked there waiting for the shot(s), but unfortunately, they would not oblige.
Soon it was time to head for camp over the dunes and so came to an end the quick 2 day sojourn into paradise.
There's always a next time to get those other shots ... like 2 weeks in November.
Thanks for looking and being so encouraging.