The bush is a long way from the world of finance and few men manage to bridge the gap successfully. David ‘Doyle’ Dampier is one of those men and with a knack for capturing spectacular photographs of Londolozi’s most renowned and elusive leopards, he is one of the secret weapons in the Londolozi blog team.
You might know David better by his weekly ‘Leopards of Londolozi‘ column wherein he deftly details the stories and secrets behind his best leopard photographs of the week. Having guided at Londolozi for well over two and a half years, he is well practiced in the art and craft of a great leopard photograph.
Doyle’s life does, to a certain extent, imitate his art as well as the subjects thereof. Elusive and understated yet extremely skillful and intuitive in the bush, his talent extends far beyond the lens. To view some of his stunning images, simply follow the this link to see the Leopards of Londolozi for yourself.
Keep up the good work David. Love your pictures.
To my mind, I’m pretty certain that the main reason many guests so love Londolozi and can’t help returning is because of the people – just like Doyle and the many others in the Londolozi “clan” who make the time we spend there so incredibly special.
Great Pic Rich this is so David in the jeep, he is a not only a great ranger but a great ambassador for Londoz, look forward to visiting one day soon. adore the blog makes you so homesick!