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James Tyrrell

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James had hardly touched a camera when he came to Londolozi, but his writing skills that complemented his Honours degree in Zoology meant that he was quickly snapped up by the Londolozi blog team. An environment rich in photographers helped him develop the ...

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on The Week in Pictures # 71

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Sally
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Wonderful report! Wonderful Pics! Thanks so much…..Almost like being there!

cindy tyrrell
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Another stunning collection of photos Jamo…….especially liked the shield-nosed snake ( never seen one before….or knew of their existence!) and the black and white pic of Sparta cub with mum.
To think you are seeing all of this….as we drive to and from work, surrounded by fumes and slow moving traffic!

MJ
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As always a wondrous view into your corner of paradise.
Thank you

jan-erik
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James,
the pictures are getting better and better; every week it is a delight to get the POW announcement. Thank YOU.
JE

Mary Hubbard
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Amazing! I love getting these every week! Keeps my husband and I connected to the bush 🙂 We miss Londolozi so much!

Karen Melfi
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What an awesome collection of photographs. You have really done a remarkable job capturing the facial expressions of each animal. Absolutely wonderful!

Stan Spiegel
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The wonderful pictures make us want to return for a Londolizi experience that we will never forget.

Roy Taback
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Absolutely wonderful. Thankyou Di and Roy Taback.

Jonas
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Hello, what a wonderful blog. I have been following this blog for some time but never left a comment here.
I heard there has been a conflict between 3 majingilanes and 2 selatis and one of the selatis being injured badly, do you have any more information about this?

Jenifer Westphal
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Fantastic James as always!!

Shirley
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Wonderful. Thank you.

Kim
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Thanks so much. I’ve only been gone for a few weeks and ready to plan the next trip to Londolozi. It’s truly a magical place!

Jack
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Hi, James! Have u bump in with all four majingilanes lately? Any signs of injury?? Thank u!

Kate Neill
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Hi Jack,

They were all seen together with the Sparta pride about two days ago. A little while ago one of them had an injured back right paw but it looks as though it is okay now!

Regards,
Kate

Jack
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Thanks, Kate!

James T
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Hi Jack,

All four Majingilane have been with the Sparta Pride recently. The male with the Scar-hip is limping quite badly, apparently with a nasty cut to one of his toe-pads on his front right leg.
He is keeping up with the Sparta pride though and they have been hunting successfully, so he is not going hungry. Lions have remarkable powers of recovery so we are sure he will be fine.

James

Kim Williams
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We were lucky enough to see all these wonderful experiences this week, it has been three days since we left Londolozi and we are missing it terribly. Big hi and thanks again to Lucien, Nadia and the Granite team! We are so grateful we have this blog to refer to and keep the memories alive!
Cheers, Kim

Chan Peterson
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James,
Just love tuning into your blog and being transported from Chicago back to Londolozi through your photographs and narrative. I can hear your voice and enthusiasm as I read through it and especially enjoyed these recent photographs and background. Hard to believe it’s been six months – thanks for helping us stay connected!

Karen & Chan Peterson

Stan Spiegel
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Your photos bring us back to the wonderful experience we had at Londolozi.

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