“I speak of Africa and golden joys.” William Shakespeare.
I speak of a time of abundance, a time of plenty and a time of growth. It is a time for learning, it is a time for spreading seeds and a time for sharing. Summer is in full flight and it is a time of plenty. It was a week filled with an array of colours, rain, sun, birds, flowers, insects, cats and chameleons. One that flew by faster than any other, and as we approach the festive season, soon to have our bellies filled with cake, have a quick look at the week in pictures.
Written and Photographed by: Mike Sutherland
Filed under Leopards Photography The Week in Pictures Wildlife
Awesome Shots Suthy! Loved the Aniseed!
Absolutely breath taking photos. I love the big cats the best. I could sit here all day just looking at the baby lion cub! Adorable! Thank you ever so much for sharing your photos!
Mike–this week is absolutely magnificent. You are a true artist with the camera. Can’t wait to return in September. By the way–everybody have a wonderful joyful Christmas and a very Happy New Year from Sebastopol, California to Londolozi, Sabi Sands, South Africa!
Yes, Mike you are Blessed indeed in the Heavenly environment that you are surrounded by every day, that I envy the fact that you walk out the door & see something, no matter how big or small!!! I wish you all at Londolozi well to enjoy it & long may it continue.
I would like to wish you all a wonderfully happy Christmas with lots of great sightings that we will have the pleasure of looking at next week. Thank you for keeping me happy & sad with all the magnificent pictures that you have shared with me in my home these past 8 or 9 months. I look forward to 2014 with lots of excitement.
King regards & thanks
Wonderful photos! Thank you for sharing your little corner of paradise with us
Words can never convey what the photos and blogs bring to us who have never been there.
Enjoyed the compositions. Merry Christmas to Londolozi team from the Trivedis.
Every Friday I look forward to these pictures, just lovely!
Really beautiful pictures Mike! I especially love the sunset on the Mhangeni Pride.
The Tamboti young female! Stunning.
“I envy the fact that you walk out the door & see something, no matter how big or small!!! I wish you all at Londolozi well to enjoy it & long may it continue.” Really can’t say it any better than Wendy Hawkins did earlier. Mele Kalikimaka and Hau’oli La Hanau.