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David Dampier

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David left the bright lights of Johannesburg and a promising career as a chartered accountant to join the Londolozi Ranging team in 2009. After three years spent as a guide, during which he built up a formidable reputation as one of Londolozi's top ...

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on The Leopards of Londolozi # 13

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Liz
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Love them all … B&W looks great … thanks so much

Sue Edmunds
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I too love them all especially Camp Pan Male who looks so handsome, every marking defined. I can almost smell the earth, vegetation, tree bark and the animals. Black and white works beautifully.

Sheena
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Stunning David, glorious shots, and it feels like we are stepping closer to their world – do you know how much colour they see? I am not aware if the bigger cats have the same proportion of rods and cones as domestic ones.

Geri Potter
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Black and white photography is a much more ’emotional’ medium….I LOVE it. My favorites are the Maxabene 3:3 with the warthog; the warthog actually looks like part of the landscape, almost sculpturesque, while the leopard stands out in contrast. Also the last, the last of 3:4 female; it really has that farewell emotion…
Love the description of the short tail male with his tale up though…didn’t know they did that.

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