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Every day the bush surprises us with extraordinary moments and opportunities that showcase the beauty of the bush. One thing that has stood out for us this month is the number of incredible lion and leopard images that have been captured. Because of this, the images of choice are dominated by these felines, the powerful lion and the graceful leopard …
Scroll below to enjoy the very best of the Month in Images!
Hide and Seek. Bruno Bervoets
Right in on the action. Simon Smit
Adorable youth. Bruno Bervoets
A handsome Styx male walks towards us. Trevor Ryan McCall-Peat
Spots in sepia. Trevor Ryan McCall-Peat
The distant mountains and their dusting of clouds was a sight to behold at sunset. Simon Smit
Natural behaviour is allowed to take place when you are slighlty further off and moments like this captured because of it. Simon Smit
This is the unknown 4:4 male seen in the central and western section of Londolozi. Trevor Ryan McCall-Peat
The intimidating stare of the Dark-maned Majingilane. James Tyrrell
Gently kissed by the sunrise, the Mashaba female readies herself for rest, highlighting her beautiful whiskers in the process. Sean Cresswell
Photographed by: Trevor Ryan McCall-Peat, Simon Smit, Sean Cresswell, James Tyrrell and Bruno Bervoets.
We now hand the judging over to you! Which of the above are your top five?