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I first met Belinda on the Varty Camp deck after another extraordinary afternoon in the Londolozi wilderness. We got chatting and she mentioned that she was a keen photographer and an avid follower of the blog. After requesting some of her pics, which she obligingly sent through, I am now able to share with you some of the photographic highlights from her recent safari at Londolozi, with Lucien and James are ranger and tracker. Enjoy these images from the lens of our guest, Belinda Gailey…
A herd of female impalas congregate as the nearby males stand off during their yearly rut. Many of these females will become impregnated during this period and give birth to lambs at the beginning of December.
The Mashaba female leopard drags her grey duiker kill to a nearby thicket. The grey duiker is a shy animal which prefers to remain concealed in thick bush and long grass. It will often try to remain hidden in the presence of potential predators, exploding forward at the last minute in a desperate sprint to escape. Unfortunately for this duiker, the leopard was too quick...
A iconic and easily identifiable bird of the Southern African bus veld, the Lilac Breasted Roller forms part of many safari enthusiasts photographic portfolio.
The Vomba Female Leopard glares sideways at a rustle in the nearby bush. Still incredibly beautiful despite her age, this leopard continues to hold much of the prime Sand River frontage at Londolozi.
Nottens and Camp Pan mating
A young elephant bull feeding.
Vomab Female Leopard in Tree looking at impala
Two elephant calves play in the open grasslands of Londolozi
Nottens Female Leopard
Nottens Female Leopard
A Zebra and Foal turn to look at the vehicle.
The Tsalala Pride with one of their steadily growing cubs rest during the day in the Maxabeni river.
Rich is the driving force behind Londolozi’s online storytelling and the Londolozi blog. His passions of digital media, film and photography, combined with his field-guiding background, have seen him take the Londolozi blog to new heights since he began it in 2009. Rich ...