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“Lost – yesterday, somewhere between sunrise and sunset, two golden hours, each set with sixty diamond minutes” – Horace Mann
This week there has been a large amount of focus on our lion prides and the dynamics on Londolozi as we discuss what may potentially happen in the future months to come. The Tsalala pride has given us some great viewing as they have been back and fourth across the Sand River on a few occasions. The new male lions and a single lioness have been covering huge ground each evening, roaring and scent marking and thus far their calls have been unanswered, leaving us to wait patiently to see who will make the next move.
The cool, fresh morning air brings about an excitement that can be felt by all as a new day begins presenting new challenges and new possibilities. The energy radiates off the animals as they eagerly await the first warm rays of sunlight. It has been another incredible week. I hope you all enjoy this Week in Pictures as much as I did taking them.
I always feel blessed to be able to start my day in such an incredible manner. A beautiful sunrise over Londolozi. ISO 640 F4 1/8000
A Mhangeni youngster prepares herself for another day. ISO 1000 F4 1/1250
A young hyena anxiously awaits mom’s return. ISO 1250 F2.8 1/640
The striking contrast in colours of a hornbill is always a favourite of mine to try capture. ISO 400 F2.8 1/2500
The Tsalala youngsters are all starting to come into their own as their scruffy manes start to develop. ISO 1000 F2.8 1/640
A male cheetah spends the last dying moments of the day scanning the area and soaking up the last rays of sunlight. Iso 200 F2.8 1/2000
Something I have waited over two years to see. The Tsalala pride crossing the Sand River. Iso 800 F5 1/2500
A hammerkop patiently waits for fish and frogs to be washed over the causeway. ISO 800 F4 1/1000
Young and inquisitive, it is always fascinating watching young animals explore new smells and sounds. ISO 1250 F2.8 1/125
The Mashaba female rests in a clearing late into the afternoon before disappearing into thicker vegetation. Iso 800 F4 1/320
This cheetah uses a mound to scan the area for any potential prey or threat which allowed us a great eye level look at this magnificent predator. ISO 1000 F2.8 1/800
Side light often creates a different angle and highlights key features. A Tsalala lioness strolls off and disappears into the darkness. ISO 1000 F2.8 1/125
A crocodile bakes itself in the late morning sun after a rather cold misty start. ISO 800 F2.8 1/8000
The Dudley Riverbank young female uses a vantage point to get a view of the rutting impala in the distance. ISO 500 F5.6 1/1000
One of the young Tsalala males stares at us defiantly from a small patch of sand in the river. ISO 800 F5 1/6400
Breaking the rules of photography can sometimes work in your favour. In this image I purposefully shot a tight angle to emphasise the golden light on the zebra’s face. ISO 800 F5 1/2000
The contrasting colours of black and white shows off the power of the newly dominant Piva male. ISO 800 F5.6 1/160
The variated colours of the sunset was a wonderful way to end off yet another successful week in the bush. ISO 640 F7.1 1/4000
Written and Photographed by: Trevor Ryan McCall-Peat, Londolozi Ranger
Trevor joined Londolozi from Balule Game Reserve, and with this head start in guiding, he was up and running in no time as a Londolozi Ranger. Trevor has a unique style in photography, capturing images from fresh angles that most wouldn’t see. This ...