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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 Mashaba Female and Cub: Going Strong

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Rich Laburn
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Awesome sighting JT, that cub is very special to see…

Jacques van Wyk
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I have been following your blog for some time and just wanted to leave a note expressing my gratitude for brightening my day, everyday! Keep up the good work. I will get to my dream of visiting your Leopards one day!

Kate Neill
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Glad we can brighten your day Jacques! Thanks for following! Kate

Louise Taback
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Awesome…… I miss the bush!! Thank you for sharing!

Wendy Hawkins
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James, I have to say that you LOVE your job! and I love to get the mail that tells me that you have put this up for us mere mortals who are financially not able to visit your neck of the woods, but believe me, I feel as if I am there in the bush witnessing those sightings with you and your guests. Just keep them coming, you make my day. Thank you most sincerely

Evette Hartig
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James, you summed it all up when you said ” It is a stimulation of all the senses at once, sometimes on a subconscious level, that can fill your heart to the brim or leave it feeling hollow and empty when you depart.” I have never felt a connection to any place as much as I have to Londolozi, it is an awakening of the soul.

Margarita Doychinova
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I’ve been your fan, Londolozi, and I’ll be.

Kristine
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“I use the word magic a lot out here, but there is something intangible about the bush that cannot be expressed in words or captured in a photograph. It is a stimulation of all the senses at once, sometimes on a subconscious level, that can fill your heart to the brim or leave it feeling hollow and empty when you depart.”

Ties with the best quote I’ve ever heard… and that one was said by Jules when I was last there in March 2012. Amazing, James!

~79 days until I return!

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