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James Tyrrell

Photographic Guide/Media Team

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 #78

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Sheena
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Hi there J.T. – hats off (even dedicated ones!!) for a great week in pictures. Only just home, miss you all,
but wonderful memories, the sightings we had with Byron and Judas were indeed spectacular.

Edie Swift
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James,

I was looking at the photos from the week we were there. Loved it all. You had posted a photo of 2 rhinos together. I would like to use that photo for a local contest, but I can”t recall it happening and don’t have one as clear. Are you comfortable with this as long as Londolozi is credited?

Edie

Edie Swift
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PS……..Let me be clearer…..I can’t recall that exact moment.

Anyway, obviously I won’t do anything until I hear from you…..I have great Leopard photos from that same day that will be really fun to share….they will also be credited to Londolozi….I am already thinking about next year!

Edie

Lynn Rattray
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Great pics! Thanks so much for sharing!!

Rich Laburn
Head of Digital

Outstanding photos as always JT, really enjoyed the chameleon and the starling. rich

Carol Robinson
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My friends David & Jenny will be at Londo or their first and long-planned visit in a week or so – please look after them – they come on my recommendation :). Just love what you show us – we are very fortunate. Thank you James

Rich Laburn
Head of Digital

We are looking forward to having them Carol and will most certainly look after them like gold! Thank you for recommending us to them. 🙂 rich

Jenifer Westphal
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As always James, a welcome part of my week – I’ve been on so many drives at Londolozi, and yet there is still so much left for me to see!! Thank you!

MJ Bradley
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Thank you again for sharing you little piece of paradise.

Louise Taback
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Awesome photos…thank you!!!

Jim Slater
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Amazing photographs. Just incredible.

One of the best photographic records I have seen of wildlife in Africa.

The large dung beetle reminds me of a Rhinoceros beetle I found in Suriname in 1994, lying on its back in the baked clay after a furious downpour that flooded our campsite, moats and all. I picked him him up, flicked off the clay, and let him recover on my hand. He was fully the size of my palm. One of the guides told me to hide him, or the other blokes at the site would snip off his horn, and wear it around their neck as a talisman of good luck and virility. I placed him high up on a tree and watched him slowly climb up, away from danger. Hard to imagine these huge creatures can actually fly, and do battle with each other.

Thanks for all your awesome images!

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