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James Tyrrell

Photographic Guide/Media Team

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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on The Week in Pictures #225

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Wendy Hawkins
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Thank you to the two James’ I think that funny thing in Pic 2 is one of the Blind Snakes??? I love the one of the Majingi’s paw & the Sunset. Have a lovely weekend

James Tyrrell
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Hi Wendy,

100% Correct, it is a Schlegel’s blind snake. Not often seen as they spend most of their lives well below ground.

Bev Goodlace
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Wonderful way to end a week. Thank you for sharing your beautiful photographs with us.

barbara jones
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Thank you for what you do…bringing this into other people’s lives, like mine. I look at these pictures and read the articles and imagine that I’m there. Oh how I would love to see Africa!!!

Ian Hall
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Some super photos- liked the giraffe and the young ellie, but the leopard and cub drinking really is a good photo- you have to look twice to see what you saw once

Mike C.
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Awesome photos as always James! What are the sexes of the Tsalala cubs?

ash
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Hi James.
Would you be able to update us on how all four of the majingilane are?
So many story’s about them on the internet but not all are true there are a lot of people saying they are doomed for but I do not think this is true they are so strong together and I hope they are all healthy and well cheers.

Jill (Grady) Larone
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All really spectacular pictures this week James and James! I especially love the image of the Majingilane male…he looks like he’s had a rough day, the little Tsalala cub and Elephant calf are so adorable and I love the beautiful colours and light in the sunset image. Thank you for another great week in pictures! Have a great weekend everyone!

Wendy Hawkins
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Thanks James. 🙂

Bev
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Beautiful pictures thank you for sharing. They are all very special as they are so different. And the blind snake -wow !!!

Sue Geery
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James Tyrrell, along with a wonderful tracker named Michael, was our guide when I was there 2 years ago…don’t know the other James but your collaboration is great! JT you were a memorable guide with some fun adventures each day, particularly getting stuck in the river at dusk, and then the pink hats for you and Michael the next day! Happy you have now branched out into writing and photography, but hope you can still find time to be the amazing guide you are!

James Tyrrell
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Hi Sue,
Great to hear from you. Funny you should mention getting stuck as we nearly got stuck in one of the riverbeds in the north this morning! I was pretty convinced we’d be receiving the pink pouch but we managed to make a plan!
When are you back for another visit?

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