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Rob Crankshaw

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Rob Crankshaw joined the Londolozi family in early 2015 and, almost as soon as he arrived, got bitten by the photography bug. His alternative approach and different view on what constitutes an exciting sighting at Londolozi, along with his keen eye for detail, ...

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on Photographic Journal: The Macro World of Dreams or Nightmares?

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Darlene Knott
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Superb detail! I really enjoyed these photos and the descriptions of what each was. Thanks!

Senior Moment
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Wowzer. Well done, cracking photos

Dina
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sublime!

Jamie Myers
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These are spectacular!

Perine
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Beautiful photos!

Karin
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Astonishing pics. You are really very good Rob.

Anne Hilbert
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Wow! Just stunning

Mary Beth Wheeler
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Fantastic detail! Love your work!

Judy Boch
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Beautiful and amazing photos! Wow!

Al Kaiser
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Very impressive!

Lea
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Nice blog. Although I am not really an insect person, your capture of all the creatures was right on. Beautifully done. Africa certainly has some very interesting and pretty critters. Thanks for sharing.

Jenny
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Totally awesome and very inspiring Rob. I’m going out to buy a macro lens.

Rob Crankshaw
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Thank you to all of you for your comments, I am glad you enjoyed it!

Cameron
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Fantastic. You really captured the beauty in your small subjects.

Alison Smith
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beautiful photographs! such intricate detail!thank you!

Wendy Hawkins
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Thank you Rob for these very interesting pictures of all things creepy & crawly! I have lots of jumping & rain spiders in my home & just love watching the jumpers doing their thing when they spot a bug! A nice change from the big 5 & leopards 🙂

sandra harmon
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AMAZING PHOTOS–

Amanda
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Absolutely love these Images… you must have had a lot of patience and perspective. Keep them coming!

Sally
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Can’t wait to show this to Santiago – he is going to explode with excitement!!

Callum Evans
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Those pictures are incredible!! I wish that I had a macro lens, but I’m making do with my 18-55 lens to meet that halfway (it does work to an extent)!

Marinda Drake
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Just love your blogs Rob. Stunning images.

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