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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 #72

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jimmy
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as always, thanks for sharing. and thank you again for including camera settings!
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Amy
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The pictures are wonderful (as usual)! The new cub is adorable – who is it’s mother?

Arden Zalman
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Thanks for a reminder of the fabulous 5 nights we just spent in Founder’s Camp. We were privileged to witness many of the scenes. Oh what a wonderful place!

Lynn Rattray
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Oh my gosh….adorable. Just hoping we see them when we are there the first week in Sept. So excited!!! Thanks foe sharing!

Bavila
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Amazing pictures and stories, thank you for always sharing.

Mary Beth Wheeler
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Wonderful, brilliant shots! The cheetah are gorgeous; am looking forward to seeing them in May. The owl, young ellie, teeny lion cub, beautiful leopard cub — wow! Thank you!

Rae
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OMG, I can only hope that the cheetah and lion cubs don’t grow up in the next two months until I get back there!! LOL

Evette Hartig
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Heaven on earth!

Fred A. Rainey
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These are wonderful photographs! I just hope those wild dogs hang around through May!

Coo Taylor
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In both the photos of the cheetah mother, she looks as if she has no tail…..is this the case or is it purley by chance.

Kate Neill
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Hi Coo,

She does have a tail, was just by chance that it is not seen in the photo’s!

Hope you are well!
Kindest regards,
Kate

Shirley
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Those pictures are wonderful. Thank you. I enjoyed every one of it.

Claus Mikkelsen
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Thanks to Lawrence, Andrea, Mark, Anna and all the staff at the Tree camp for making our honeymoon unforgettable. Londolozi will always be very special to us. Best Claus & Kelly Maria

shake
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Thanks for the links! Just loved the little predators. Heart warming pictures on a cool morning in northern France on our way home. Thanks James!

jane robinson
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Sitting in hot, cloudy, humid crowded hong kong and wishing we were back in the Landrover watching the animals and birds. Spectacular owl shot James! Thanks for sharing the wonderful shots. Nell hoping the baby lion still ok. Love jane, edge, Tilly and Nell.

Katie Siegel
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J.T.
Just got back home. Great photos, we had such a great time. We will never forget the experience we had during this week at Londolozi. Your efforts and expertise are greatly appreciated.

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