Many of you will remember, and hopefully participated in, the Star in Your Own Safari competition that we ran in partnership with Safari Interactive Magazine a few months back. The winner was Christine Lamberth and here is the video of her starring in her own Specialist Photographic Safari at Londolozi. Christine was kind enough to share a few of her best images with us, which you can see below. Enjoy…
Well done Christine, you were a very deserving winner and your images taken at Londolozi show just that. You can view the full story of her prize in the latest edition of Safari Interactive Magazine.
Photographs by: Christine Lamberth
Video Filmed and Produced by: Rich Laburn
Filed under Life Photography Wildlife
Christine…I’m sitting here grinning ear to ear for you.
Congrats…and great video & photos..
extra nice to ‘meet’ you. 🙂
Fantastic Pics and video! Congratulations to Christine
Video blogs are always wonderful. Virtually being in the bush is always wonderful. To see Christine, and to view Londolozi through her eyes is magical.The video could have lasted for hours and there could have been hundreds of photos and I still would have sat here, glued to my computer screen. Thanks for sharing this wonderful bit of Christine, Londolozi, and the bush.
Thanks everyone for the kind remarks. I really, really enjoyed this short weekend and was it action packed! Fantastic opportunity. Thanks to Rich, Jessica, Geoffrey and all at Londolozi for an unforgettable experience.
congratulations to christine for pics and video. next year is coming…. i want to see “live” the eyes of majilingane male lions. i love them
Excellent shots Christine! I remember being in some of these sightings and these all look c onsiderably better than anything I got!
Wonderful photos, thanks for sharing them with us Christine.
Brilliant stuff guys, Jess and Jeff you guys look great, missing the bush like crazy.
fabulous shots – a joy to see!
Wonderful. Amazing experiences at Londolozi on a regular game drive vehicle thanks to great rangers and trackers like Adam and Sulley…I can’t imagine a specialized photographic vehicle…I guess I better start saving again