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Bronwyn
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Talley great having you on the team! well done guys great stuff…

Judy Guffey
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You are going to have to buy a new computer monitor for me. I keep drooling over each photo and wishing I were there RIGHT NOW.
MAgnificent presentation. Deserves an OSCAR.

Rich
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Thanks Judy, so pleased you like them. Get yourseld a nice HD monitor, it’ll make them look even better!

Judy Guffey
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Like the lion licking its paw the most!

Lynn
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I sure do hope those lionesses find the other two cubs. I think I like the ravenscourt female picture the best.

Sondra Wise
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I am sooo…. envious! Hard to imagine actually seeing these amazing creatures in the wild!

Debra Grogan
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Magnificent photos …. wish I was back there. Particularly like the Bateleur and the lionesses on the termite mound. Hope they’ve found the other two cubs.

Rich
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Debra, thanks for your thoughts – I agree that the Bateluer is spectacular!! Will keep you updated regarding the cubs.

Kerry
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Wow what a week you guy’s have had, the pictures are amazing. Hopefully all works out well for the Tsalala Pride. Just wondering which coalition fathered there cub’s?

Rich
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Kerry, one of the members of the Majingilane Coalition fathered the cubs. We also hope things are going to work out well for this pride as it will be amazing to see the two lionesses each with their full set of cubs!

Chris Goodman
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Beautiful photos Talley.

Jane West
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Talley, these photos and your dialogue give me chills. Honestly, I feel like I’m in the vehicle with you, watching these sightings first hand! That waterbuck photo is amazing. You’ve got the eye (and that’s 75% of photography!).

Willy Smith
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Talley!!! Wonderful absolutely spectacular photos…..I like the Ravenscort Cub looking at her mom stalking the impala – it’s in the eyes! i like them all. Your grandparents, Wilbur, Irene, Phebe and especially Chester would be super proud! I am in Bda with your ‘rents! Love the house….what a view. We will be fishing soon! Love ya…..Uncle Willy

James T
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Stunning set of pics Talley!
Happy to be able to report that the Tsalala females did find the missing two cubs and the family has been reunited.
Although no-one has yet caught a glimpse of the new litter of cubs, a tracking team went out to locate them yesterday and heard them still in their original wild date palm thicket in the Manyelethi River. They are roughly 3 weeks old now, so in the next couple of weeks they should be starting to totter out into the open more and more to suckle from their mother…

Denise M.
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these photographs are breathtaking….thanks for sharing

Jacqui Hemphill
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Absolutely incredible pictures…. WOW!!! Makes me miss Londos even more than I already do – and thats saying something…

Talley Smith
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Thanks so much everyone for all the flattering feedback. It really helps to have such willing and beautiful subjects! We are very lucky at Londolozi; I continue to be blown away every day.

Sue Prince
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Hi Guys,
I dont beleive you can pick they are all fantastic, however the one I felt was really different was the Waterbuck.
Talley, great to see you made it to the team and hopefully you didnt have to drink to many beers! (we were in David’s Jeep when the Hyena’s spotted you)!

Diane Hunter
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Just WOW! You two put together quite the spectacular collage.

Merandi Viljoen
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Beautiful pictures, I enjoyed watching the video of the lunar eclipse, it was my birthday the 17 th

Rich
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Happy Birthday for then Merandi. Pleased you enjoyed the video and the post. Thanks for your comments.
Rich

Britten West
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Amazing pictures Talley.
So does anyone else think the Egyptian Goose looks like it was just shot? It looks like it should be a bad guy in a spaghetti western! I can see it now: Goose, “Ahh! I’ve been shot!” Hen, “Don’t you die on me man!” (or, “Talk to me Goose!”)
Keep them coming.

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