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Ryan James
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Remarkable photo of the Makothini Male! Awesome Mike.

Syl Yemen
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It most certainly did brighten my day.
The Lions of Sabi Sand keep my busy & I don’t often have time to reply directly to blogs…but I do always read & enjoy.
Cheers, Syl

Elizabeth Davie
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The Tamboti’s are the supermodels of leopards…..legends

Kate Neill
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Brightened my day tremendously Mike! I absolutely LOVE your combination of animals and ‘lodge life’ in this weeks pics! One of my favourite weeks!

Marg Guit
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What a wonderful variety of images to savour for this week!!!!!!! You have given me many reasons to keep counting the days till we come back in September. Thank you for sh0wcasing this week’s highlights, Mike!!!

Sheena
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This blog always makes me smile, and want to climb on a plane – love the chameleon – can we have some more ‘wee beastie’ pictures, I always think they get short changed and we can’t live without them!!
Have a good weekend one and all.

Amy
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The week in pictures always brightens my day! Thank you for so faithfully letting those of us not fortunate enough to live in your part of the world be able to enjoy the beautiful animals and scenery there! Hope to get back in there soon.

Ginny Shapiro
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These are the most beautiful “Week in pictures” I have seen in the three years I have followed the blog!

Arden Zalman
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Mike, your photography is getting more spiritual & haunting each post. I truly look forward to Friday when I might have a chance to witness your fabulous week in heaven. Thank you very much.

Stephan Morgan
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More amazing shots. Thanks

Vivien Jones
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Reading your Blogs keeps me going until our visit on 24 May for 7 wonderful days. This will be our first visit to Londolozi and I am beside myself with excitement. Looking forward to meeting you all.
Vivien x

Wendy Hawkins
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Thank you once again for cheering me up on a Friday evening. Your pictures as always are outstanding & I have to say the Leopards win first prize! Enjoy the weekend & I think that I am going to have to bite the bullet & get there 🙂

Jenifer Westphal
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Love all these photos Mike! The best part if any day for me is reading the daily blog. While I love all the animals, the sunsets are for me the splendor of Africa. Thank you!

Lynda
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We will me there in mid April and I can hardly wait. It has been two years since I was first there. The whole expierence was amazing. See you soon.

Carol Robinson
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Thank you Mike, just too special … Had better book my trip for Sept too!

Chuck
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I agree. Fantastic photos.
Feeling the pull to return after 3 years away.
Love the blog as I can still feel as though I’m there.
Thanks!!

Kate Collins
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Incredible photos Mike! Thank you for sharing.

Rich Laburn
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Great photos Mike, loving the Vomba young male.

Lioness1
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Thank you for these beautiful pictures, theyweres real pleasure to see.

TED SWINDON
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THANKS MIKE FOR THE GREAT PHOTOGRAPHS AND FOR SHARING THEM.
WHAT AN AMAZING SHOT OF THE MAKOTHINI MALE, I AGREE YOU CAN SEE THE RESEMBLANCE OF HIS FATHER CAMPAN!
WE HAVE TO FIND THE TUTLWA FEMALE WHEN I AM THERE.
KIND REGARDS,
TED.

mike
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Awesome pics

Marie de Kock
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Thank you so much, i left South Africa in 2003 and i miss the land and the warm oceans and the sunsets. Although I lived in Johannesburg most of my life, and never had the money to visit the beautiful Londolozi, your love of and dedication to really understand the leopards have always resonated with me – the female leopard is my spiritual guide – had to wipe away a few tears of appreciation and awe this morning here in the south of Chile where i rent a little house on a deer farm next to a beautiful river and a magnificent volcano. I feel privileged to be here, but i miss Africa. Joy and freedom to you and lots of positive energy for Londolozi. (May my fantasy come true that one day, i can visit) Marie

TERRI CURTIS
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Yet again I am blown away with everything you put on your blog dont know what I will do if you stop
Take care look forward to seeing you again on your next home visit

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