In 2008 my wife and I spent 30 days visiting four different countries in Africa. We came home with about 5,000 photos of virtually every animal and bird imaginable….except a Leopard. I immediately started searching online to find where the most Leopards live and when was the best time to photograph them. My research led us to Londolozi in April 2011. We worked with game ranger Mike Karantonis, of Africa Direct, and it was a trip of a lifetime. We found Leopards, lots of Leopards. Attached are a few of over 1,000 Leopard photos taken at Londolozi. It might be obvious why we will be returning with Mike in May 2014. In the near future I will share other photos from our previous adventure at Londolozi.
Written and Photographed by Ed Hubbard, Londolozi Guest
Filed under Guests Leopards Photography Wildlife
Fantastic photos. Thanks for sharing!
So inspiring, your photos are fabulous – thanks for sharing them.
Thanks for sharing this Ed. It is wonderful to re-visit all those wonderful memories and I am VERY excited about our adventures that lie ahead of us next year when we return to Londolozi.
Excellent photographs Ed, many thanks for sharing. I am envious you got to spend time out in the field with Mike as your guide. Regards, rich
Thanks Ed, better late than never! definitely worth sharing & I hope the others follow soon.
Rich. Your envy will only grow. Last September we spent two more weeks with Mike in the Masai Mara and next May we get two more weeks with Mike, one at Londo.
Lovely photos.They are all just too beautiful.Thanks for sharing them after so many years !!!
This blog was… how do you say it? Relevant!!
Finally I’ve found something that helped me. Thanks!