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Sandy Johnson
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Seeing these pictures is making me ache to return to Londolozi. Especially amazing picture of the zebras. I wish I had your job!

Sheena
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Wonderful – every week it is such a joy to switch on a computer and witness the glory of nature through your stunning photographs Talley. Seeing a newborn is always unforgettable, what a magical experience.
I have just been catching up on the recent blog entries, I do hope you are all fit and well again, especially after having to drag a member of the accounts department back out into the wild!!!
Great weekend to one and all ….

Merle
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One word…OUTSTANDING!!!!

Carolyn Spencer
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Beautiful and unique photo’s. They bring South Africa closer to me. Thank you
from California.

kiki
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Talley, you never disappoint us. Thank you.

Terry
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Leopards, wild dogs and crocs, oh my! Talley these pictures are absolutely fantastic!! You all had a very exciting week. So many wonderful sightings. Thank you for sharing, much appreciated!

Geri Potter
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Talley, hard to believe, but I think you’ve outdone yourself! I can’t pick a favorite, although, since I haven’t ever seen a klipspringer, that photo may be it! They are BEAUTIFUL! But, seeing a newborn is always among my top ten, so the calf is adorable! AND, the wild dogs dashing through the water…would LOVE to see that as well! (Hope they do set up ‘camp’ at Londolozi…that would be amazing!) As always, the leopards are my favorites, however, (and the Tsalala pride) and I love to see them thriving. Wonderful job Talley and company! Thanks for sharing!

MJ
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Another wonder weeks worth of pictures.. thank you for sharing.
Very much appreciated.

Sheila
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Oooooo, I so love close-up shots like that. Thanks for sharing.

Kate
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I love these pics Talley. My favourite week ever!!!

Tracey Barnes
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I was there this week at Londolozi! So many fabulous sightings – the journey of 10 giraffes; a herd of 20 elephants walking directly on either side of our Land Rover; watching one of our team’s video of the birth of the water buffalo baby; and driving through the bush (literally, driving over the bushes) to keep up with the wild dogs was spectacular! Talley, tell Sean and Lucky that we miss them already!

ja
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What a wonderful blog! all of the shots are outstanding. Cant wait to get there on the 13th!

Willy Smith
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Yep, Talley, Best ever! And I don’t blame the wild dogs for hopping and skipping across the river either….Crocs are like saying “THE END!” 🙂

Jane West
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Talley! Unbelievable shots. What a week! Save something for us when we arrive in Two weeks!

Guy
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Great shots Talley. Who else has Mashaba mated with recently?

Adam Bannister
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She has only been observed mating with Marthly Male (a.k.a Tyson)

Heather Macdonald
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Oh the giraffes!!!! Amazing. And the Klipspringers are such comical poses, also love the close up of Maxabene male… Looks like a great week out there!

Kavita Singh
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The photos are brilliant- those capture the essence of Londolozi. Londolozi is truly ‘Heaven On Earth’- everything is perfect and real.
We visited in May/June 2010 and we had Richard and Oxide- who guided us really well. It is a dream vacation- when I describe Londolozi to friends- they are unable to imagine an enchanting place like it exists!
Infact Londolozi was so highly recommended to me by a friend, that I just had to visit. And I fell in love with what I saw and experienced!

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