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Syl
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Talley, absolutely stunning!!!

Rosie
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Wonderful pictures, and thanks for the only pictures so far of BOTH Mapogos ! So good to know they are still ok for the moment. Do you have any other pictures of the young unknown leopard at all ? It’s just that we are looking for Karula’s son Mixo, and that leopard has his inverted V between his eyes, it’s just that the reast of the markings aren’t so clear. Mixo is a very relaxed leopard tho too, so I was just wondering if we’d found him at last.

Viper
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Thank You Londolozi for the remarkable images and write up. Here’s to Rich Laburn, Adam Bannister and Talley Smith for many years of quality documentation and dedication to Wildlife Management and Reporting.

Much appreciation.

Michael Holfrod
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Absolutely wonderful. Each time I look at the weeks collection I get that ultimate drive to go back to the bush. Thank you for keeping my spirit alive in the pics, they are truly stunning!
Mike
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bobi baha
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once again you have managed to give us a wonderful rendition of what was happening. Thank you it is much appreciated

Sheena
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Exquisite Talley, what a week ….. ditto to Viper’s comments –

Terry
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A BIG thank you Talley for all of these gorgeous and diverse photos (well written blog too)! So many different species and such wonderful pictures! I am very envious! Thanks again.

Andrea Casling
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Wow, what a week, Talley! Africa has been on my mind all day and I am really sad that i won’t be with the gang from Bermuda that is starting the countdown for their May visit at Londolozi….It has been 6 months since my visit, and I have such strong and compelling memories…I WILL return.
Keep up the blog, because it will have to suffice for the moment.
xxx
Cuckoo

Sheila Patel
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Fabulous pictures! Miss Londolozi!

Diane Wales Baillie
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Absolutely Stunning!! Thank you for the amazing images and write up and especially the
Images on Mapogo so good to see they are still around

tangxinyu77
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Absolutely Classic work,thanks

Heather Macdonald
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Amazing photos Tal! I’m in awe of the journey of giraffes(reminds me of when I was there) and BEAUTIFUL Kingfisher shot!

Jaime
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Gorgeous pictures!! Wish I could make time speed up, I am so excited to get there next year for my trip!! Love looking at your pictures and reading the blogs 🙂

Henry
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All great photos, Talley. Can’t wait to get back to Londolozi in May!

John Holley
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Crackers! Great stuff Tabatha! Love the crake and chameleon..

Keith Cox
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What stunning pictures Talley ,and what beautiful animals you have as subjects thank you for sharing them with us . Keith

gloria sapp
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Beautiful pics so good to see the Mapogos doing ok Hope this continues.Great pics Thxs much

Zoe
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Beautiful Tal!! That kingfisher shot is ridic!!! Not long now!! xxxx

James H
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Tabitha!
Awesome. Love the chameleon, well spotten Fred.
Is that the dark maned Majingalane with the funny canine?
Thanks for the pics.

Lynne
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Talley – amazing photos of the week! I had the great pleasure of sitting behind you when many of those were taken. The drives with you, X-ray vision Freddy and Trip were a real highlight that will give me dinner conversation for years to come re lions meeting leopards and everything that happens in between… Thanks so much. Lynne

Lyn
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A great picture of the unprepossessing Marabou stork. Don’t know why but it really appeals to me. Thanks for publishing it!!

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