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Anthony Goldman recently returned to Londolozi and is coming back again in August this year. Once the bug bites, it bites hard! Driving with ranger Alfie Mathebula and tracker Bennet Mathonsi on his most recent visit, Anthony was placed in some wonderful positions to capture what he saw on camera. Leopards with cubs, lions and a wonderful variety of birds were just a few of the highlights that he managed to capture through his lens. Here are some of his photographic highlights…
A blister beetle. They secrete a nasty substance that can produce painful welts.
The Camp Pan male drinks from a pan.
A beautiful shot of a crocodile lurking in the reeds.
An unusal bird for the area, a crowned hornbill.
The Sparta pride and cubs.
Two elephant calves engage in playful antic.
A male giraffe browsing on a buffalo thorn.
The Marthly male leopard with a fresh wound in his right leg.
The Marthly male leopard in the long grass of a summer’s evening
The Mashaba female leopard and her cub.
A rather intimidating crash of white rhinos.
A Sparta pride cub using a rather unorthodox pillow
One of the Tutlwa youngsters with its very distinctive pink nose
Born in Boksburg , grew up in Benoni matriculated at Benoni High , went to Medical School at Wits.Married for 44 years.I am a cardiologist and practice full -time.My love for the bush first started after a Standard 5 school trip to the ...