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James Tyrrell

Photographic Guide/Media Team

James had hardly touched a camera when he came to Londolozi, but his writing skills were well developed, and he was quickly snapped up by the Londolozi blog team as a result. An environment rich in photographers helped him develop the photographic skills ...

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on The Week in Pictures #278

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Darlene Knott
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Absolutely beautiful photos! Loved the leopard shots and really enjoyed the crocodile/blurred water shot. Fantastic!

Lynn Rattray
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Can’t wait to see the Nanga blog! Love her!!!

TED SWINDON
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HI JAMES,
I HAVE BEEN OFF LINE FOR A FEW WEEKS, SO IT IS GOOD TO ONCE AGAIN CATCH WITH YOU ALL ON THE BLOG.
THANKS FOR THE SHOTS SELECTED, IT IS REALLY NICE TO SEE XIDULU AND HER YOUNGSTERS ARE STILL AROUND.
ALSO, NICE TO SEE THE INGRID DAM FEMALE!
SAD TO SEE THAT DAVE STRACHAN IS LEAVING. WHAT A CHARACTER!
I REALLY ENJOYED CATCHING UP WITH HIM DURING MY VISITS, SO WILL MIS HIM WHEN I AM THERE IN JULY.
PLEASE CONVEY TO HIM MY VERY BEST WISHES AND TELL HIM HE WILL FOREVER BE REMEMBERED BY ME FOR HIS HUMOUR AND HIS FAMOUS EXPRESSION (OH MY S#$&@!) LAST RUGBY WORLD CUP!
KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.
KIND REGARDS,
TED.

Jane west
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James! Looking forward to seeing you in late October! We’ll bring the dark and stormies !

Gillian Lacey
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Lovely to see the pictures of the swallows preparing to leave for the north. The distances these birds travel always astonishes me. They must still be en route as we haven’t seen any here in southern UK yet. Can’t be long now though – the first sign of spring & summer for us

Al Kaiser
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All the best Dave. Thanks for removing the snake from Varty 9 last visit!!

Ethan beech
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I saw the leopard this morning and its truly beautiful. Recommend Callum and Freddie to guide you

Lea
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Nice blog James with excellent photos. Wishing all the migrating animals a safe trip and looking forward to their return in the African spring. Wishing Dave all the very best in his new adventures – bon voyage……

Gillian Lacey
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Further to my comments on 7 April I am delighted to say that today I have seen the first swallows of summer in the south of England. Who knows perhaps they have come all the way from Londolozi – what a good connection that would be!

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