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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 #111

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Marg Guit
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Looks like it has been a ‘”sunny” week!!!! What striking photos you have showcased this week, James. There is a special beauty in each and every one of them. I feel privileged to share in these photogenic moments of each week. It helps me keep in touch with the cycle of life on the other side of the globe from Australia!!!!

Tori
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LOVE the rock monitor one Jamo…

Ian Hall
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These pictures really do show the advantage of trying to photograph directly into the bird or animal’s eye. That’s what you would do if photographing a person, its the same for animals and birds. Especially if the animal is a leopard.

Christy
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Any photos of the impala lambs?

Wendy Hawkins
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James, you have outdone yourself once again! My first WIP was #78 & all these wonderful weeks I have been enthralled by the beauty of the bushveld & your magnificent pictures, especially the Leopards, this week is outstanding, my only complaint, there are not enough pictures!!! I can hear you sighing, sorry, but we love them. Thanks a ton & have a stunning weekend 🙂

Amy
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Beautiful pictures – thank you! Are the current members of the Tsalala pride the two sisters, the sub adult and the 4 cubs? How is the sub adult doing?

Jen
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Your sunset photo is absolutely stunning!

Arden Zalman
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Saw this sweetie last March with her mama. So good to know she is growing & killing & just being a mighty fine Leopard.

Rich Laburn
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This is an outstnaind gweek in pictures JT. I really enjoyed the BW Rock Monitor on the Leadwood, all the leopards and the Kingfisher. Well done. rich

Nic
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What a beautiful set of pictures. I would love to see you guys produce videos of your adventures as well. Perhaps I will check out the site and see if you have any of these lovely creatures in motion.

Capitola Media
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Awesome shots! Do you know the Wildlife Conservation Network in the Bay Area? They are a client of ours.

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