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Enjoy the Week in Pictures!
A male cheetah uses the higher vantage of a fallen tree to scan the horizon for potential prey. ISO 400 f5,6 1/3200
Two hyena youngsters share warmth on an icy morning. ISO 800 f5,6 1/400
An impressive kudu bull gets tangled in an Ipomoea vine resulting in an unintended head dress. ISO 640 f5,6 1/640
The powerful claws of a Majingilane male lion as it grips onto a buffalo kill. ISO 1250 f5,6 1/320
The dark maned Majingilane male takes a break from feeding but does not want to give up his spot! ISO 1250 f5,6 1/320
The Mashaba female’s cub peers out from a grooming session with mom. ISO 1600 f5,6 1/500
Cautiously at first, a little cub approaches his mother, the Mashaba female. ISO 1600 f5,6 1/500
Bath time! ISO1600 f5,6 1/500
Trevor gets an unexpected visit. ISO 800 f5,6 1/320
Ostriches have incredibly flexible necks which is seen here as this female grooms her feathers. ISO 800 f5,6 1/500
An eye level angle of a Pied Kingfisher as it scans the water for meal. ISO 400 f5,6 1/2000
The Piva male scent marks as he watches the Tamboti female.ISO 800 f6,3 1/400
The Tsalala Pride scans the Sand River. ISO 400 f5,6 1/400
A young Tsalala male takes rest. ISO 2000 f5,6 1/200
A Burchell’s Zebra momentarily pauses from grazing. ISO 640 f5,6 1/5000
Written and photographed by: Andrea Campbell, Londolozi Ranger
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 ...