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Adam Bannister

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on Photographing the Epic Majingilane Coalition

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Sue Prince
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Fantastic pictures boys, shame its a Nikon David!…….

Rich Laburn
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Haha Sue, I couldn’t agree more 🙂

Sheena
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Just for fun – I love David’s shot of the lions drinking, it has perfect balance, the lions are in harmony, the three tiered effect is so pleasing to the eye giving land, water and beast equal presence, wonderful light and shade and to top it all reflection. But honestly if I could take one of the above shots I would
be on top of the world, so well done to both of you!

Penny Parker
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Sensational! To see the photo of David and his guests, and then the close up of scar nosed Majingilane by David, just gives me shivers – what an amazing shot. It all definitely paid off. Ones quality in life is determined by the risks that they take.

James Weis
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Adam – awesome stuff once again… love it.

I had a bit of a laugh reading about how you “took a risk” to speed ahead and hope that they crossed, as this is what I have done seemingly countless times in the Okavango with situations where cats and elies are heading towards a crossing… gets the excitement going and when it works out – it is time for high-fives!

Well done.
See you guys in December.
James

Mary Beth Wheeler
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I love ‘Brothers In Arms!” Two such magnificant males, looking like they own the world! And a wonderful reflection of the first as he crosses the river. And the last two of scar-nose as he crosses – I could almost hear the water splashing!

Well done!! Thanks for taking me back to Londolozi today!

Graeme Marais
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What an incredible series of photographs. Its the shot we all dream of gettting. Well done

Christa Blake
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WOW!

Patty Trom-Bird
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They are all very cool…but the full frontal with the splash and the two brothers w/the reflection= awesome!

Rich Laburn
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Agreed!

Francis
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Handsome lads

Luke Galardi
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Brothers in arms. Wow, cool shot. One brute leading the way, and his partner in crime in the background. I *really* enjoy reading the Londolozi posts. Extremely well written and very engaging.

Sandy Johnson
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Double WOW! All incredible photos, but the last one – magnificent! I want that hanging on my wall. Have you guys put together a book?

Sandy

Rich Laburn
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Working on it Sandy. Stay tuned to the blog as we will let you know once it is ready and where you can get your copy.

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