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James Tyrrell


James had hardly touched a camera when he came to Londolozi, but his writing skills that complemented his Honours degree in Zoology meant that he was quickly snapped up by the Londolozi blog team. An environment rich in photographers helped him develop the ...

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Di Riddel

So well written James thank you for this artical. You certainly bring home how far this world has come with technology and how we tend to take it for granted.Thank you for sharing the wonderful photographs with us and letting us into the world of Londolozi. Well done to you and the “Blog” team.

Judy Guffey

I know you didn’t ask for a vote but… because I love elephants and Callum Gowar my favorite would be his photo. The Tamboti female is stunning as well.

Molly O'Hagan Ward

Your daily photographs and accompanying stories fill me daily with inspirational thoughts and images of the magnificent country in which we are blessed to live. I wait with baited breath each evening to receive my blog. Thank you for giving us so many “bush” experiences of an area that we have not visited since leaving Limpopo many years ago. We now have the joy of living in our little piece of paradise near the Addo Elephant National Park which my husband visits almost daily as a guide, sharing his knowledge and love of the bush with many international guests. Keep the good work coming!!!

Jill Grady

They’re all incredible shots James, and shared and appreciated all around the world. Thanks for allowing us to feel close to Londolozi from wherever we are.

Marylou Sewell

Well done James! Londolozi is a “Dom Perignon Experience”….Cheers and Happy New Year 2016!

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