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Sean Cresswell

Safari Guide

Sean is one of the humblest rangers you are likely to meet. Quietly going about his day, enriching the lives of the many guests he takes out into the bush, it is only when he posts a Week in Pictures or writes an ...

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on Beyond The Night Sky: Lights and Legends

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Annette
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Such fabulous night skies at Londolozi. Another experience to enjoy, among many. Loved them.

Jeff Rodgers
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Great article and having just returned from Londolozi, the clarity and beauty of the stars was a highlight. Just a small correction in your reference to hundreds of billions of light years away. I don’t believe that is possible as the Universe is only 13+ billion years old.

melanie
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Says who?

Sean Cresswell
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Hi Jeff, glad you enjoyed reading it and seeing the night sky from Londolozi recently. You’re right about the observable universe being around 13 billion years old, but I referred to “hundreds of billions of stars” which are only “billions of lightyears away”. I enjoyed your keen eye, though. A very sharp observation!

melanie
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Love the interpretations and tales of the footpaths of our ancestors in the great sky, beautiful pictures help us to feel and believe in their presence, thank you

Jill Grady
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I loved your blog Sean. The night sky, especially over Londolozi, is so beautiful…you definitely want to look up and take it all in.

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