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on The Leopards of Londolozi – A Photographic Feature

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Margarita Doychinova
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What a beauty!!!! Thank you !!!!

Anna
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Astonishlingly spectacular James! you capture those fabulous animals so well!

Kate Albert
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These are truly beautiful pictures. Thank you so much for sharing them with us. My favourite? The Nyeleti’s eyes watching the birds and the Camp Pan male’s eyebrows.

Merle
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While all of the photographs are unique in their beauty, the first one absolutely took my breath away. Please feel free to post more “abstract” photographs anytime!

Terry
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Thank you so much James! These pictures were amazing! So different from the norm and they are fantastic. I especially liked the first and last pictures! You have a great eye, thanks again.

Sandy Johnson
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Beautiful and unique shots James. This is off topic but does anyone know what happened to the last of the youngest cubs from the Tsalala pride? Apparently there are only two cubs left of the eight I saw in August. So sad.

Rich Laburn
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Hi Sandy, keep posted to the blog we will have some news on the Tsalala Pride coming out later on this week. rich

Sunny Kapoor
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James U have taken some very nice photographed of Leopard’s & backdrop of the African bushveld.

Geri Potter
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Gorgeous photos, truly stunning! Thank you!

Susan a cook
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Magnificent series! Thanks for posting.

Carol Robinson
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James, so gorgeous … reminds me of the book on the coffee table … thank you.

Shirley
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So close so real and beautiful. Thank you.

Henry Smith
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Absolutely beautiful photos. Thank you!

James Crookes
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Thanks for the comments everyone, I appreciate the feedback. I’ll definitely do another abstract photo post as and when I get material! Keep following the blog for more.

MJ
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My favorite is the close-up of the Camp Pan Male, second is the aura around the head of the Maxebene 3.2. They are all wonderful shots and shows the patience and artistic eye of the photographer.. thank you for the leopards.. my favorite of the cats…

John Holley
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Phenomenal shots Crooksie! No wonder Trisha is so in love!

Michel and Maria
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We miss you James….can’t wait fir your new photos. Hello to Trisha!!!

angela valentine khurahley
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these are amazing photos………

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