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Nkoveni 2:2 Female

Nkoveni 2:2 Female

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Tamboti 4:3 Female

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Ndzanzeni 4:3 Female

Ndzanzeni 4:3 Female

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Tatowa 3:3 Female

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Fin Lawlor

Londolozi Ranger

Fin grew up in Johannesburg and began guiding in 2010. He has guided across South Africa, East Africa and the Amazon jungle in Brazil. Fin's primary interests are birds, tracking and developing a passion for photography.

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on The Week in Pictures #298

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Liam Donnelly
Explorer

Lovely pictures, thank you.

James Tyrrell
Photographic Guide/Media Team

Thanks for the comments Liam.
We’ll be releasing a bumper TWIP 300 in a couple of weeks, so keep an eye out for that one!

Amy Attenborough
Media Team

Amazing TWIP Fin 🙂 I think my favourites are the Majingilane males, the Ntsevu lioness looking straight at the camera and the giraffe. Also, this final landscape is one of my favourite views on Londolozi and you’ve captured it so beautifully! Nice one!

Ian Hall
Senior Digital Ranger

Cracking photos, personal favourites, the bee eater, the Majingilane males and the wonderful opening shot proving the power of a good crop.

Mary Beth Wheeler
Guest contributor

Really nice TWIP! Interesting light in so many of the images. I’m happy to see the Majingilanes on the property again and the image of Tatowa and cub for whom we searched in vain!

Mj Bradley
Explorer

While The Tailless lioness did not do so well with her own cubs she did a stellar job raising those three young boys and their sister. I hope this old lady can see these cubs to at least a place where they can survive with the younger female. I had hoped she and the younger lioness would once again become a part of the Tsalala pride Thank you for the wonderful blog!

Carol Sturgeon
Explorer

Have you all seen Xidulu’s cubs recently? I haven’t seen any sightings or blogs, but once after her untimely death!

Amy Attenborough
Media Team

Hi Carol. Mala Mala, our neighbours to the east of us have reported seeing the young female fairly regularly and she is apparently hunting adult impala successfully. Sadly there has been no sighting of the young male for quite a while now. Many thanks, Amy

Carol Sturgeon
Explorer

Thank you Amy! I hope her brother is ok! But glad to hear she is doing well!

Susan Young
Explorer

Excellent photos and blog. Looking forward to joining you next week,

Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

Great pics Fin. Love the Magingilane. Great capture of the thino and giraffe together.

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