About the Author

Andrea Campbell

Field Guide

Andrea has an energy that is hard to match. It's difficult to find anything in the bush that she doesn't get excited about, whether it's the molluscs in the Sand River, setting up camera traps all over the show to try and capture ...

View Andrea's profile

10 Comments

on A Challenge for 2015

Join the conversationJoin the conversation

Marinda Drake
Member
Guest

Awesome blog Andrea. It is so true. We are part of nature and should recognize it. Stop rushing and to use that old cliché “smell the roses”.

Jill Grady
Member
Guest

I love your blog Andrea, and it’s true…take that moment each day to just stop and appreciate the beauty around you and restore your soul. It’s so important to not let that bond between nature and ourselves fade away. Thank you Andrea, for the reminder of what’s really important in life.

Dave Mills
Member
Guest

Ah, the talents at Londolozi. Excellent guides, amazing trackers, stupendous kitchen staff, wonderful wines. And, of course, all the people who work at Londolozi. To top it off, brilliant writers. Very nice, Andrea. You have a well-inked pen.

Andrea Campbell
Field Guide

Thank you Dave

Lori Bergvall
Member
Guest

Thank you Andrea for a beautiful reminder to connect with our surroundings and one another. It was a life-changing experience for me in Londolozi. I experienced a reconnection with myself and what is really important in life.

Sending hugs through the miles.

Andrea Campbell
Field Guide

Life changing indeed! Sending big hugs to you and the whole family!

Susanna
Member
Guest

Dear Andrea, reading your post drew me into such a quiet & wondrous place …the Lion’s & the Zebra’s stillness went beyond the limits of photography & I had a sense of their utter grace.

Ed Hubbard
Member
Guest

Andrea. what a brilliant observation. I started doing exactly that after my very first visit to Africa almost twenty years ago. when I fly to a town for work I attempt to lay on one extra day to explore and photograph the local countryside. I have visited literally thousands of places but, none yet that compare favorably with Londolozi.

Wendy Hawkins
Member
Guest

Never a truer word spoken Andrea! The youngsters today need to focus on what will be there future or if not, they will only see concrete, pc’s, iPods etc & will have very lonely lives.
My garden is my haven when I can’t afford to get to the bush, but it restores my soul. Thank you & all of you for your wonderful blogs!

Janice Riley
Member
Guest

We were lucky enough to experience your guiding talents at Sabi Sands and are now enjoying your photography and ‘penpersonship’ via the wonderful Londolozi website. Part of my noticing and valuing the things around me includes dipping into the Londolozi newsletter and losing myself in the wonderful sites and experiences there.

Connect with Londolozi

Follow Us

Sign up for our Newsletters

One moment...
Anonymous
Be the first to this photo
You and 1 others this photo
q

Filed under
Anonymous
10 April, 2798
+
Add Profile