There is seldom a week that goes by that leaves me without inspiration. It is difficult to caption or explain the way in which one is fulfilled after spending many hours under a warm winter sun, in the mist and the rolling hills of caramel coloured grass. There is a feeling of self worth, preservation, enlightenment and change. It is an experience that has the ability to change the way in which you see the world around you. So let the land, beauty, animals and people, open your mind and capture your soul. Be inspired by the magic that is Londolozi. Enjoy the Week in Pictures.
A young Sparta pride male moves quietly in the darkness.
The Vomba young male continuing to show his presence.
An elephant never forgets.
The winter morning approach of the Vomba young male. Golden and crisp.
Mark Nisbet and Elmon Mhlongo await the arrival of the sun.
A very young cheetah cub shows itself in an opening. Keep an eye on the blog to read the full report on the life of these small cubs.
An incredible moment in my guiding career.
A sunset cat.
The Mashaba young female poses perfectly for our cameras.
Sunrises in the Sand River.
Staring into an eye that knows many stories and has seen many things.
Warmth of an afternoon in the north.
Life, keeping warm in the morning.
A fun morning in the bush tracking lions.
A Sparta pride lioness rests in the sun after a cold morning.
Contrasts and textures of elephants always intrigue the camera.
The seldom seen Maliliwane female.
The Tamboti young female makes a return after a two week absence.
One of the smallest rhino calfs around.
There is something wonderful about venturing into a reserve in the early morning. What do you like best about a morning game drive? Share your thoughts with us below.
Written and Photographed by: Mike Sutherland