You took some wonderful pictures Phil, ( but we knew you would) with that leans of yours! Hard to pick just one that we like, but the hippo’s are my favorite and Dawn, the video is spectacular! Kristen and Gerry got some pretty good pictures considering they didn’t have your expertise or your lens. We are reliving our safari as we look at all the pictures.
We had a marvellous safari experience at Londolozi! Hello to Like, Trevor, Erin, Penelope and Trevor. They were all so wonderful to us! Londolozi exceeded every expectation we had! Don’t ever change!
Thank you so much,
Donna and Gerry Read
While Phil and Dawn Judd were at Londolozi in December they visited our Creative Hub on a daily basis. We set up the Londolozi Creative Hub in order to provide our guests with a space in which to share images, post process photographs and simply, get creative with us! I was in awe of the images that were presented to me and every morning during the seven nights that they were with us, I woke up with an excitement as to what Phil would bring to me that day! Using a Nikon D4 with either an 80-400 mm or his fixed 600 mm, the creations were beautiful and below you will see only a few of many…
Phil not only experimented with his photography, but also with a camera trap to capture the activities of the animals that are a little too shy for daylight. In December the star of the ‘camera trap show’ was this porcupine and her youngsters. Did you know that a porcupine youngster is called a porcupette?
Which is your favourite of Phil’s photographs, let us know in the comments section below?
Photographed by Phill Judd, Londolozi guest
Filed under Guests Leopards Photography Wildlife
Thanks Donna. I was really lucky to get some great photographic opportunities on this visit, thanks primarily to Like and Trevor’s skill. I am still going through about 5,000 images that I took and will send some to Kristen as I promised of the lion pride in the rain. The hippo shots I took the day after you left, I’m sorry you missed them! I am really glad you enjoyed your safari, Londolozi never fails to impress.