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Trevor McCall-Peat

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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 ...

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on The Week in Pictures #184

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Marinda Drake
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Stunning images this week Trevor. Awesome pics of the Mashaba young female Erin.

James Tyrrell
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Awesome photos Erin!!

James

Alice Ross
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Really lovely photos this week Trevor and Erin – WELL DONE!!! So enjoy these posts – thanks Londo’s for always keeping us in the loop and feeling like part of the Londolozi family.

Kim Sams
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My favorite is the Tamboti female. With the focus and light emphasizing her head, it looks like she is walking off the screen and in to my house!

Evette Hartig
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I love the photo of the Tamboti female….those eyes are so beautiful!

Arden Zalman
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Trevor, once again your artistry with a camera is evident in this blog. Of course Tamboti is one of my favorites. . I have 5 pictures of her taken when I was with you last Sept. And the baby hyena, we spent time with is on my wall.

Don and Pam Cornutt
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Fabulous photos. Many thanks!

Mary Beth Wheeler
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Love the leopard coat!

barbara
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dumb question: are some or all of the bush animals color blind? Domestic dogs are.

Mike Ryan
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Mashaba female in black and white stunning

Gail Rolland
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Thanks Trevor …. what special memories you and Erin stir up ! It is difficult to pick a favorite because each one tells a story.
As usual incredible photographs….love seeing the camera settings…Many thanks.

Sandy Johnson
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Great photography. I like them all! I have a question I hope someone will see and can answer. I never see pictures of “Pink Nose” anymore. Has he moved on? I believe he is called Maxabene 3:2. Thanks.

Sean Cresswell
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Hi Sandy, see Trevor’s comment below as well as http://blog.londolozi.com/2015/05/a-tribute-to-a-true-conservationist-we-say-goodbye-to-the-tu-tones-leopard/

All who observed Pinky enjoyed him and it has been sad to see him go.

Leslie Backus
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My favorite in the cheetah because it seems like most photos of cheetahs do not show off their beautiful eyes – but this one does. It is almost as if they intentionally look away from the camera. It is quite a thoughtful gaze.

sharee
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Stunning as always. Love the silhouette against the coloured sky and the black and white Mashaba leopard. All beautiful and long to be experiencing it first hand.

Trevor McCall-Peat
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Good morning Sandy we called pink nose the Tu Tones male. He unfortunately passed away a couple of months ago. Very sad but had a very difficult time once his father Camp Pan lost territory. He unfortunately found himself in the wrong place at the wrong time on a number of occasions. He was an incredible leopard and we were very privileged to share part of his life with him. There is no doubt he will be missed by all

Sandy Johnson
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Thanks for the update Trevor. Pink Nose was the first leopard I saw when I visited Londolozi and I am sad to know he is gone. He had an injury to his left eye when I was there in August 2011 – same leopard?

Wendy Hawkins
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Thank you both for these awesome pictures, but the definite favourite for me is the Leopard’s back – wow it is stunning! Have a wonderful weekend & look forward to next week’s “surprise” to make my weekend special 🙂

Jill Grady
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Stunning images Trevor and Erin! My favourites are the ones of Tamboti and the Tamboti young female and the male Cheetah…but every image is just incredible!

Sean Cresswell
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Trev, another beautiful collection of images! Glad to see Tamboti young female is still around. Also nice to see Erin’s contributions. Keep up the good work.

Jenifer Westphal
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I love them all Trevor – and always appreciative of you and your beautiful images. I agree, there is not much that beats the beauty of a sunset in the bush…and the cheetah, those eyes are haunting…thank you again!

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