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Nanga 4:3 Female

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Amanda Ritchie

Marketing Manager

Amanda joined the Londolozi team early in 2015 & immediately took the Londolozi Studio to an exciting new level. Her unflappable work ethic & perfectionism are exemplary, & under her guidance the Studio has become one of the busiest areas on Londolozi. The ...

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evelina scali
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Thank You for your continuous and awesome job! We love Africa.. and all the beautiful animals You have !!! Great job guys !!

Amanda Ritchie
Marketing Manager

Thank you so much for the comment, Evelina1 It’s really appreciated.

paul cook
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Having made many trips to South Africa when I worked for SAA in NY, I never had the opportunity to stay in Landolozi. But as a travel agent I have put clients there that have come back ecstatic and very pleased. I hope to get there 2018.

Amanda Ritchie
Marketing Manager

Thanks so much for the comment, Paul. And thank you for the feedback on your guests who have come to visit us, we really do love hearing that sort of feedback. I hope that you will make it to come and visit next year!

Robin Stebbins
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I love the emotional feeling with the photos, they are not just technicality accurate but evoke a feeling in my heart and connection to the subject. Thank you, feeling inspired this morning and remembering the feeling, the smells in the morning air, the sight of the sun rising, of Londolozi

Jeff Rodgers
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Great post . . . as always. For next time, it would be great if you could also include what lens you used to take the photo.

Amanda Ritchie
Marketing Manager

Hi Jeff. Thanks so much for the comment, as always! Both Rob and I use a Nikon D750 body. Rob uses a Nikon 200-500mm lens, and I use a Nikon 80-400mm lens. The Landscape shots were taken with a Sigma 20mm Art lens (SUCH a fun and fast lens!). We will be sure to include this in the next TWIP we do! Have a great weekend.

Les Moodie
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A wonderful collection of photographs! Please keep them coming. I really loved the birds as we dont get them often from you. Well done.

Peter and Sandra Jackson, Glenn, Louisa & Isla Stevens, Sara, Michael, Benjamin Loetz & Josh.
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Truly amazing photographs and brought memories flooding back to our stay with our family in early April. They are still talking about the wonderful time we all had and looking forward to returning in the not too distant future! Love to everyone, especially Alastair and Euce, we all enjoy your blogs so much

Collette Bunton
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Breathtaking! Thank you so much

Wendy Hawkins
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Oh these images are just stunning! just what I needed to get me through the cold weekend ahead! Thank you so much Amanda & Rob 🙂 Have a great weekend

Mary Beth Wheeler
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Stunning images, Amanda & Rob! What an awesome-looking leopard the Anderson male truly is! And I especially love the delightful shot of the Spectacled Weaver! Thanks!

MJ Bradley
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Always a treat to see a Blog or The Week in Pictures. Thank you for sharing your photos of paradise!

Ronnie
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As a participant in that series of photos I know how wonderfully you and Rob captured the moments. So lucky to have you both along for the bush experience, and for introducing us to Londolozi. It’s a very special place.

Amanda Ritchie
Marketing Manager

We were so lucky to have you both here, and so glad that you enjoyed your time so much!

Hezel Cohen
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The leopard pics are fantastic – black and white half face – WOW!!

Al Kaiser
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You’ve got my favourites: Nanga and nanga young female, Nhlanguleni, Anderson male and Mike!! See you soon.

Amanda Ritchie
Marketing Manager

We thought you might like those pics, Al! 🙂 Looking forward to seeing you next month!

Ian MacLarty
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Hi Amanda, You are certainly in the right job! Also great to see Rob’s work does not just involve “path patrol”. Great pics all round. Ian

carola notter i would like one close up from your LEOPARDS
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very beautiful and close up photos from this super animals and birds , congratulations to the photo /takers.10.6.17

Linda Anderson
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Simply wonderful! Thank you for sharing your incredible talents!

sandra harmon
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thanks for the journey–almost as if I was there–hopefully 1 day–outstanding photos

Russ Considine
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Thank you both very much for your beautiful and informative photographs. Enjoy!

Callum Evans
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Definetely one of the best WIP’s I can remember!! It’s not just the fact that the photo’s are incredible, but the fact that you both photographed such a diversity of wildlife, from the buffalo to the blue waxbill and purple turaco!! Just amazing! I also loved the portraits of the Nanga and Nhlanguleni female’s

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