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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 10 Pics to start your week with a smile.

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Lynn Rattray
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Ahhhh….memories. These are great and made my day! My favorite, as always, are the Nanga Mom and cubs. Thanks so much for posting!

TED SWINDON
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THANKS JAMES, LOVELY PHOTOGRAPHS AND I AGREE NOTHING BETTER THAN THE NANGA MOM AND HER LITTLE ONES! (BIASED OFF COURSE)
REGARDS,
TED.

Rod Jansz
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Hi Ted

Good to see you are still very much a part of the Londolozi memories. For us they are great memories too.

Your friends from Melbourne, Australia

Rod & Pam

Wendy Hawkins
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Oh indeed Leopard, especially with cubs is a special one for you, but this blog is something else! Thank you for posting all these beautiful “babies”, especially the one of the Nanga mom & cub with their tongues out, baby ellie with its pink ears, oh just all of them are so special. You realise we will come to expect this now as a “Monday” post, “the youngsters of Londolozi” 🙂 Have a lovely week

Judy Guffey
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Two of the Tsalala pride’s ……my favorite from this blog but all the photos are wonderful. Thanks for sharing. I have so many memories of Londolozi and wish everyday I could be there.

Sandy Hahn Ghosh
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Awwww! Sweet . . . especially the last one!

Jill Grady
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Awwww, thanks James, they’re all so sweet. My favourites are the Sparta lioness carrying her cub and the Nanga cubs as well. They are all really special though and definitely starts the week off with a big smile! And don’t worry about being thought of as overly sensitive…everyone loves a sensitive man!

Mary
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Thank you for the cute babies. It sure did put a smile on my face. But all of your pictures are awesome. Thank you for posting such great pictures!

Margarita Doychinova
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THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Rich Laburn
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The first photo is such a winner!

TED SWINDON
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HI ROD AND PAM,
WHAT A NICE SURPRISE TO RECEIVE YOUR MESSAGE ON THE BLOG.
I TRUST THAT YOU ARE BOTH WELL?
I AM VERY MUCH STILL A REGULAR VISITOR TO LONDOLOZI, THE BEST PLACE ON THE PLANET FOR ME!
KEEP WELL AND HOPE OUR PATHS CROSS SOMETIME AGAIN IN THE FUTURE.
KIND REGARDS,
TED.

MJ
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Wonderful “awwwww” photos.. We all need those awww moments sometimes!
Well done..

Jenifer Westphal
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I’m with you all, awwwww….. is really the only sound I can make right now! Thanks James!

Courtney M
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Love, love, love! Although I’m partial to the eles, all babies in the bush are amazingly cute…. Including rhinos and warthogs…. And for all different reasons. So I can’t and won’t choose! James, you are a big softy. Just own it. The impact of the babies is so much more than their cuteness and initiating our protectiveness towards all things little. Babies are silly, fragile, innocent, playful, sometimes wobbly, often mischievous and their wonder at the newness of their surroundings makes us remember we felt like that once upon a time.

Lynn Rattray
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Love it!

Blair Sinclair
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Amazing photos can’t belive you got to see cubs that small.

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