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Kate Imrie
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Mike I know how frustrated you must have been not to get the shots, but Sarah and Jordan did a great job, well done.

Evette Hartig
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WOW!

Suzanne Myers
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This is AMAZING~ AWESOME and tytyty so much for the share!!!!!!

Sunny
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What a beautiful photographs of leopards taken.

Janice Rudenauer
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I love this blog — everyday. Such amazing narrative and shots; events I can only imagine until you bring them into my home…thank you. That leopard, I could gaze at it for days….

I also have to mention that I caught Boyd Varty’s TED talk today — given only a few hours after Mandela’s passing. A must see for many reasons….Londolozi is a very special place.

Jenifer Westphal
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Wow, what an exciting adventure! I love your insight into how this young cub must be feeling about her incredible kill! I hope she got to enjoy it this time without interference from Hyena!

MJ Bradley
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Wow what a wonderful opportunity.. She is a leopard any mother would be proud of..
her future indeed looks bright.

Thank you for sharing

Sarah McDermott
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Mike, you have a wonderful way with words – sent shivers up my spine! Couldn’t have put it better. Sarah

Mike Sutherland
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Sarah, what an amazing thing to experience! and thank you as Jordan for the great photographs!!
I trust you are enjoying Cape Town!
Mike

Jordan Hurwitz
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Mike, very well described! It really was such an incredible experience. Thanks for putting this up. Jordan & Natasha

Penny Parker
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That is just incredible.

What a sighting!! Oh how i love what cold rainy game drives may bring 😉

M&M
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Hi Sarah and Mike, WOW !
Beautiful pictures and great story! Glad Sarah got to leave it.
Must have been a breathtaking moment.
Ciao from Milan

M&M
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Hi Sarah and Mike, WOW !
Beautiful pictures and great story! Glad Sarah got to live it
Must have been a breathtaking moment.
Ciao from Milan

Wendy Hawkins
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Thank you Sarah & Jordan for sharing these beautiful pictures with us. Thank you to Mike for the beautiful, heartfelt narrative & also thanks for leaving your camera behind, as you will forever remember this sighting as it is in your mind & not the camera’s lens!!!

TinaGreeff
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Thank you Mike for the lovely story supported by lovely photos.Closing my eyes I could relive the full scene and then I scrolled down to see it in photo.Lovely!

Gavin
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Wow.. .What am incredible sighting!

Mike was it too wet for your camera? Guess its as good a time as any for a professional (waterproof) camera…. (any reason is a good reason!), and your photos certainly justify it.

Kendra
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I was here at Londolozi and we were here witnessing this… it was one of many of the amazing sightings we saw during our adventure at Londolozi.

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