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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 #286

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Mary Beth Wheeler
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Great blog, James. Some very special images!

Patricia del Junco
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Where r Tom and Kate now? We were guests at L and Singita in 06 and 08….with Ryan Hilton, and communicated w Kate for awhile after leaving. She kept us abreast of our tailless lioness!
We had a marvelous adventure w them both! You all give us life changing experiences when we r there…. I am hoping to return next April. Keep up the great blogs..your perspective and photography are top notch and you keep the memories vivid and alive. Thank u so much!

Senior Moment
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Wonderful bokeh and use of depth of field on the Nanga female. That’s the photo of a lifetime for many. It also shows the importance of the eye level shot.

Les Moodie
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Loved James Souchon’s photo of the leapard in the grass!

chris
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Incredibly beautiful photos as always.
One question: why do you mention the area the rhinos can be found in? I remember when I was at Londolozi that you never told each other (meaning guides) the whereabouts of these animals. Because of….

James Tyrrell
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Hi Chris,
Thanks for the comments, and it’s a good observation you make. Rhinos are found all over the property, so mentioning a vague area like ‘the south-east’ wouldn’t really serve as a good enough clue. Our Anti-poaching team does a phenomenal job in keeping our rhinos safe!

Lynn Rattray
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Can the Nanga female get any more beautiful! So happy her cub is growing and learning!

Maureen Butcher
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Thank you so much for the lovely read and the amazingly beautiful pictures.

Judy hayden
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I totally enjoyed another weeks set of photos. Thank you so much for not only the wonderful photos but also the educational comments included.

Jill Larone
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Thank you, James, for another week of stunning pictures and informative comments. I hope life gets a little easier for the Tsalala young males but it is great to see that they are maturing into beautiful, strong adults.

MJ Bradley
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Another wonderful peek into your corner of paradise. Happy to see the Tsalala Males doing well, and hope our matron Tailless Lioness, stays healthy and can raise her cubs to independence. She & her mother are amazing lions with a colorful history

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