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Trevor McCall-Peat

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Trevor joined Londolozi from Balule Game Reserve, and with this head start in guiding, he was up and running in no time as a Londolozi Ranger. Trevor has a unique style in photography, capturing images from fresh angles that most wouldn’t see. This ...

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on The Week In Pictures #223

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marinda drake
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Stunning images Trevor. Love the star trail.

Marias Erasmus
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what is the condition of the both coalitions? Which coalition has more serious injuries 2 Matimba or Majingilanes?

Sue Christian Bell
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These photos are wonderful, this is Londolozi……………. thank you so much for sharing them with us.

Andy, Row, Issy and Sam Francombe
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Trevor,
A fabulous set of shots. Looking forward to our next trip from April 2nd. If I can emulate your prowess I’d be very happy! Andy

Ian Hall
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Super photos, some real wall candy

Gillian Evans
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A great selection of photos – very atmospheric! Love the lion images in the rain and the watchful crocodile!

Bert Bauer
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Great pictures

karina
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beautiful pictures. Thanks for sharing!

Trevor McCall-Peat
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Marais Erasmus the two Matimba males were separated two nights ago we assume due to the Majingilane males. Three majingilane males crossed into Londolozi and at some time during the evening of the 16th they met up with the darker maned Matimba male. The Darker maned Matimba male has a slightly swollen nose with a cut and the scar nosed majingilane male was bleeding from the mouth while the dark maned majingilane male was bleeding from the mouth as well as a swollen back right foot.

Marias Erasmus
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wow impressive. I thought numbers matter in fight but not for Hairy Belly. I always wondered this Male had a crazy mane but not now, he is truly is an amazing Male Lion.

Ezequiel Almada
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Interesting that the Black Maned Majingilane seems to be more injured. But nice job by Hairy Belly. I assume he quickly took off, right?

melanie
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Love the “rinse cycle” of the great male shaking off the rain ..wow stunning pictures all thank you

Susie Hirst
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Fabulous shots just love the rhino espesially. thanks a million

Wendy Hawkins
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Trevor I love all your pictures, especially the Rhino & Leopard next to the tree. Thanks once again for making my weekend special. So glad that you have had welcome rains. Have a great weekend & look forward to the next blessing from Londi <3

Jill Grady
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All really stunning images Trevor! I love the Majingilane shots and I’m happy to hear that there were no serious injuries on either side. The image of the crocodile is terrifying, the pictures of the Zebra are beautiful, and your star trail shot is incredible. All really fantastic! Thanks for a great week of pictures.

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