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David Dampier

Financial Manager

David left the bright lights of Johannesburg and a promising career as a chartered accountant to join the Londolozi Ranging team in 2009. After three years spent as a guide, during which he built up a formidable reputation as one of Londolozi's top ...

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on Photographic Journal: From Behind the Finance Desk #1

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Marinda Drake
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Stunning images

David Fedonczak
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Some great shots!! . I can’t wait to come back for a visit. What camera was used for these photos?

James Tyrrell
Photographic Guide/Media Team

Hi David,
They were shot for the most part with a Nikon D4s.

Regards

Wendy Hawkins
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Thank you David, your photography is far too to good to be hidden, so I am glad that we are going to see more & make it soon please! 🙂 The Sand River looks like there is a lot more water, is that for real or the motion blur? Have a great week, behind the all important figures 🙂

Jill Grady
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These are absolutely stunning images David! I especially love the close-up of the Dudley Riverbank Young Female stalking the impalas — what a beauty she is, and also the image of the Sand River. The shot of the Hyena is great as well and I’m surprised even a Hyena would come in that close to a pack of Wild Dogs. Thanks James for another great blog and for sharing David’s wonderful photographs with us!

Sue Prince
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Fabulous Doyle….

Rich
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Incredible set of images David, the female leopard stalking is unbelievably good!

Ian MacLarty
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Hi David,
You “stole” my dream profession and I see that you have an inbuilt pension scheme to – selling wildlife prints Great stuff.

Ian Hall
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The photo of the Leopard stalking the Impalas is one of the best Leopard photos I have ever seen.
I wish I had taken it

Lizeka Masilela
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Great photos.

James Crookes
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Doyle, that portrait of the stalking leopardess must be one of your best! Nicely done.

Brian C
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Close-up of DRB young female is just great! Love to see this seldom seen young leopardess (so many up and coming young females, hope they all get a chance to stay permanently)

Sam Senders
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“Glint in her eye” is especially beautiful. Captivating. Thanks for sharing.

Dennis Millard
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And who said that bean counters didn’t have flair and creativity. Wonderful shots!

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