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Jody
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As usual, you have left me breathless…. thanks for all the work that goes into creating these blogs. May the Spirit of this holiday season fill you all with blessings and good cheer.

Talley Smith
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Thanks so much Jody, happy holidays to you too!!

Sheena
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Another wonderful week in pictures with Talley at the helm! For the past 6 months you have stunned us with your fabulous photographs, and taught us so much with your comments.
It is such a pleasure reading this Blog and re-connecting with Londolozi. My eternal thanks to you, Rich, David, Adam and all who contribute so much to this site, you give us enormous pleasure.

Here’s wishing you all a very Merry Christmas, and a happy and prosperous New Year.
(Do send my best wishes to Lord Byron should he be in the vicinity – and behaving himself!)

Debra Wortman
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Awesome as usual!Loved the Hippos!

Christine Pazzani
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Talley,
Fantastic pictures! Thank you so much – it is so fun to still feel connected after leaving such a wonderful place. So glad you got a picture of the red-footed Kestrels! We’ll put that on our bird list for our next visit for sure.
Merry Christmas to everyone there.
Chris

Merle
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Bravo!!! Talley, the pictures are totally unbelievable…and I’m glad you mentioned our favorite lion cub! Next time, I hope your lens catches him. The artistry of your photos is breathtaking. Gives us something to aspire to on our next visit.

Happy Holidays and a Wonderful New Year!

Chuck
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Great photos. Really liked seeing the Land Rover in the reflection in the eye.

Geri Potter
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Lovely photos! Thanks for the updates on all the Londolozi residents AND
HAPPY CHRISTMAS!

Rich Laburn
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Thanks Geri and to you too. Hope it is a fantastic and relaxing day for you back home. Rich

Rich Laburn
Head of Digital

Fantastic pictures Talley. I think the last image of the wild dogs peering at you over the water is absolutely brilliant!! You certainly keep raising the standards of the posts each week. Good to see the Maxabeni 3:2 Young Male still around – Love the color grading on the image… Rich

Karine Gay
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Thanx Talley for these christmas gifts: your beautiful pictures!!!
I am so happy to stay in contact with Londolozi via your blog .
I wish you a mery christmas and a Happy new year .

Jane West
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Another great week in Pictures, Talley! I was wondering if the leopard orchid is a variety of the same species we have here? It looks the same! Merry Christmas to all the Londos and thank you all for keeping us connected to the excitement of the bush.

Carolyn Roth
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Thank you for keeping the Londolozi experience vividly alive in my memory. This particular group of photos, especially the ones with reflections, is outstanding. This blog is a gift every day.

Terry
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Thanks for the great posts throughout the year. Have a great holiday!
Terry

jean paris
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Merry Christmas (with one day late, sorry). Since yesterday, we have recuperated our little pet (Karine) in Thailand where she will stay with us for three weeks. Josette & I congratulate you for your wonderfull photos and comments. We feel that we have never left Londolozi.
Take care and we hope that 2012 will be a great year for you in the middle of your best friends.
Jean

Nix
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Awesome shots! Really love the close up of the croc, with the patterns on its skin looking so magic with the water glistening over them. Also the horticultural geek in me is really loving the leopard orchids in the dead tree. Thanks so much, and hope that you’re all having a great Christmas. xx n

Linda
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THanks Talley = great photos. I am chasing info for this month on the original Tailless female. Has she been with her two daughters or on her own for most of the month? I know she has been seen mating with a Majingilane male recently. I notice that she was not present when the Majingilane killed the cub and wondered where she was. The last sighting you have is 17 December when she was by herself. Thanks heaps. Love the blog.

Penny Parker
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Talley is such a talent! And that Tsalala cub has grown to be so strong and healthy.

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