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Dianne Christie
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Amazing photos.

Leslie Backus
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Loved your photos and your words. Glad to hear the ostrich still has 3 chicks. Hadn’t read anything lately and was kind of afraid to ask about them.

Laura
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Fantastic! Africa is our happy place too! Our third trip will be in 2018. Can’t wait

Lee
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Your photos are splendid! Thanks for sharing them with us.

Lyhn Green
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I loved viewing your (Mary-Beth Wheeler) photos and reading your commentary. I’m hoping to be back at Lindolozi in 2018 with my two granddaughters … it truly is magical

Anne Hilbert
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I could have written this if I were as articulate. Mary-Beth captured my feelings exactly about being at Londolozi. My husband & I will also return in 2018.

Dennis Necker
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As always, the pictures and animals are astounding! Thank you for sharing. I believe this was first time in several months that the ostrich and her chicks have been mentioned. It’s good to know that
they are still thriving!

Judy Boch
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Beautiful photos! Thanks, Mary-Beth. We had the pleasure of meeting you on our first trip to Londolozi. We have our third trip coming up this year.

Wendy Hawkins
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Thank you Mary Beth, it has been a while since you shared your pictures with us bloggers! These are lovely & as I always say, only a mother can love her Ostrich kid, but glad that she still has 3 little ones 🙂

Jenny
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Absolutely incredible and very different photos – loved your fascination with the Ostrich plumage . Is that an Oxpecker on the beautiful silhouetted Kudu? The photography portrays your passion and thanks for sharing. Wonderful Londolozi!

Sharon Ray
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Such stunning pictures.

Odie
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nice pictures and thanks for sharing

Barbara Weyand
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Again, I so enjoyed the Londolozi blog. I always look forward to again experiencing the fascinating and complex stories Londolozi represents of this part of Africa. This post was especially wonderful. And, yes this makes me to want to return to Londolozi in 2018.

Lea
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Fantastic pictures and wonderful heartfelt blog Mary-Beth. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and pics with us.

Kathleen M Lemenu
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Your photographs and commentary make this part of life beautifully available to those of us who cannot make the journey. I hope you keep returning and documenting as long as you can! Thank you.

Mary Beth Wheeler
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Thank you for your kind words!

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