This was a week for the books. It was a week of replenishment and a week of fun, excitement and passion. It was all about spirit this week and it has paid off. There has been much bonding here on Londolozi this week, with the animals and with the staff. We have said some sad goodbyes, but just goodbyes until we meet again. There has been an aura where emotional, mental, and spiritual levels have formed an energy field around the body that is Londolozi. Another week has drawn to a close on 2014 and the year is off to a great start. Enjoy this week in pictures.
The buzz in the car park before setting out from Varty Camp.
Lined up and ready for action.
An approach of a Water Monitor.
The sole survivor. The young female from the Tsalala pride.
Tsalala cubs keeping us entertained with the fullest stomachs.
A trunks textures.
The Gowrie Male full bellied.
The Wild Dog pack was back.
A Tree Squirrel feeding on a Sour Plum.
A young Buffalo calf staring down the camera.
Impressive as always! The Camp Pan male in full stride.
Camp Pan growls at what is possibly his daughter, the Tamboti young female.
Tamboti female and her youngster depart through the grass.
My company one afternoon off.
Fork Tailed Drongos nesting.
A great friend and outstanding tracker. Andrea Sithole on story telling.
Nothing like a sunset snack out in the bush to compliment an ice cold Gin n Tonic.
An incredible spot of a scrub hare by my guest in broad daylight.
What a catch! Part of the New World Kingfishers, these woodland kingfishers are insectivorous in their feeding habits.
Watching each others backs.
Let me know which is your favourite image of the week in the comments section below….
Written and Photographed by: Mike Sutherland