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on Six Days, Many Leopards and Some Cubs!

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marinda drake
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Awesome pics. Amazing images of the cubs. Outstanding.

Kate Collins
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Exceptional photography. Thank you Gary for sharing your images with the Londolozi community.

Jill Grady
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Incredible photography Gary…some of the best leopard images I’ve ever seen. I love the cub shots! Thank you so much for sharing!

Sandy Hahn
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Fabulous shots! Especially love the cub closeup!

MJ Bradley
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That 600mm lens is incredible.. thanks for sharing!

Wendy0210
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Wow that was a fantastic leopard photo journey you have shared with us Gary. Thank you so much; the lens worked wonders. The pictures are absolutely beautiful, especially of the cubs. Look forward to more soon 🙂

Evette Hartig
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amazing photos, each and every one!

Brian C
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Brilliant photos of gorgeous animals! What a trip! I love the Nanga cubs, close ups of Tamboti and Camp Pan, Nhlanguleni…heck they are all great! Great sighting of Ximpalapala Young.

Jenifer Collins Westphal
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Beautiful shots Gary – thank you for sharing!!! 6 days at Londolozi (love Freddy!), 16 leopards, and just imagining all the amazing animals you saw…pure heaven!

Irene Nathanson
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Great photos. Wow I thought seven leopards in seven days was great when I went. great idea on renting the lens. How much did that cost you for the 600

Kate Collins
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Hi Irene, the 600 mm Canon lens is rented for R660 per day. For any further queries please email us at photography@londolozi.co.za

Susan Honnell
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Each photo breathtaking Gary Tankard – right down to the detail and texture of the Ximpalapala Young Female’s tongue – incredible. Love the cubs and I so agree with your assessment of Freddie Ngobeni’s “6th sense” … without him and Talley I would never have seen the newborn cub of the Dudley Riverbank Female. Thanks so much for sharing!

Zoe Mulholland
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These photos are absolutely stunning!! Thanks so much for sharing your passion, Gary. And thanks for he lovely portraits of Camp Pan. He is such a patriarch and presence; an animal that deserves so much respect. Guess I have to save for a 600mm. Damn!

Shrivant Rajgarhia
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absolutely wonderful set of images. thanks for sharing

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