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Sean Cresswell

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Sean is one of the humblest rangers you are likely to meet. Quietly going about his day, enriching the lives of the many guests he takes out into the bush, it is only when he posts a Week in Pictures or writes an ...

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on The Week in Pictures #161

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Coo taylor
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love the photo of hooded vultures…

Marinda Drake
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Great pics this week. Love the vultures. Great black and white images.

James T
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Epic pics Seano!

Arden Zalman
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Any picture with a rhino is my favorite.

Leslie Backus
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My favorite is the Piva Male because of the angle at which it was taken. I think monochrome shots definitely can draw the eye to things it may not see in full color but I think that certain shots should show the beautiful colors that nature has provided.

Jill Grady
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Fantastic photo of the vultures Sean, but every photo is really wonderful! Thanks for another great week of pictures!

denise Jeffery
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just love the one of the wild dog. a favourite of ours. Just makes me wish we could be up at Londolozi now! Your photos are just so beautiful and evocative of the extremes of beauty and harshness of the wild. Thanks so much

Sean Cresswell
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Thank you, Denice, I’m glad you picked up on that theme; the wilderness extremes!

Wendy Hawkins
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Thanks Sean, they are all fantastic, but I love the small Rock Python.

Bish
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Wow! Great pics Sean – wonderful use of depth of field and of course the monochrome. Fantastic composition – love them and look forward to many more!

Brian C
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Leopards and zebras can look fantastic in monochrome. The python and bird photos show that this applies to other animals as well. However, I like seeing color photos most of the time. The occasional monochrome does add something special to a series of color shots.

lucien
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Very impressive shots Sean! Well done!

Marianna Gdanis
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Thanks Sean for a great week in pics. It was very good to see that a lot of these were on our fantastic trip with you…. of course, thanks to Alan’s great spotting 🙂 Have a great new year and see you soon

Sean Cresswell
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Yes, it is great to see pictures from sightings which you can remember being a part of… This makes more of a connection as we attach emotion to the still image. Thank you, Maria, and many blessings to you and your family for the new year!

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