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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 #101

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Marg Guit
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Thank you for these images, James. How wonderful to see the green appearing!!! It is just like the transformation we are seeing here at home in Darwin as the electrical storms and big rains come upon us too. Can’t wait till we come back to see all that awaits us in late December.

Lisa Otten
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Those hyena pups are too cute….wonderful expressions too! Well done (again) JT!

Sheena
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Every time I read about Camp Pan on the Blog he has stolen someone else’s kill!!! One crafty old leopard!
Lovely photos James, as usual, and the 100th edition was very special. Have a great summer.
My best wishes and congratulations to all those behind the cameras – this Blog is quite exceptional in quality and content.

Rosie
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Love the hyena cubs, lovely fat little bellies on them ! The Tsalala cubs are cute too. By the way James, ellies are NEVER drab ! 😉

Lynn Rattray
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Is there any word on the Nanga female and her cubs? They stole my heart! Thanks for sharing your wonderful photos.

Ana Cláudia
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Quantos anos provavelmente os Majingilane tem?

TinaGreeff
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What a lovely selection of shots!!!James you are tops!!!

Arden Zalman
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Once again, I thank you for a perfect ending to my week of having to deal with civilization. Oh to be back in the bush–next year.

Alan R
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Do you guys use a special kind of light for these type of fantastic shots?

James T
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Hi Alan,

Only natural light is ever used.
I sometimes use Adobe Lightroom to help reveal more detail in-shadow, especially when shooting into the sun. It helps enormously with contrasting bright vs dark areas, and nice even exposure usually helps in a photo.

James

James T
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Just a slight amendment to the above; spotlights are sometimes used at night, as in the last photo and the one with the whitefaced owl…

Judy Kitson
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Great pix and great memories! Thanks, James!

Amy
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wonderful pictures – thank you! And, how did the stand-off between the warthog and leopard end?

James T
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Hi Amy,

The leopard didn’t feel like taking on those tusks, and with some gentle persuasion, she was escorted out of the area by the warthogs. :

James

Wendy Hawkins
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Oh James, once again you have made my weekend even better 🙂 Your pictures make it so difficult to choose which is better, but I would say “that look” from the hyena pups is tops along with all the other babies! I hope you all going to be able to capture the first Impala lamb <3
Thanks & have a great weekend catching lots more pictures for us followers.

MJ
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Well Done! Couldn’t ask for a better group of pictures.. The green parrot is stunning in the monotone colors of the rest of the photo. But I agree the young captured this group.. but, then the eyes of the scopes owl are amazing. It is just to difficult to choose just one.. But my fav must be the Camp Pan male in the tree. Thank you for sharing.

Jenifer Westphal
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James, I’m with Wendy, these photos always make my day, week, life! Love the cute hyena cubs…

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