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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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on The Week in Pictures #227

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Gillian Evans

stunning low light photography …especially love the White Faced Scops owl shining out of the tree branch

Wendy MacNicol

We really loved this set of pics. Such variety and clarity. Particularly loved the close up of the Southern White Faced Owl. Thank you to all the photographers! It really is like going on safari every morning at Londolozi for the two of us as we so often have been on safari for many years but are now in our late 70’s and are pensioners so can’t go anymore. However – the Londolozi blog is our favourite time to re-live sightings that we have seen. Great. Keep it up, folk! Wendy and Neil

Jill Larone

Fantastic images! I especially loved the close up of the Southern White-Faced owl, also a great shot of the Genet, and beautiful colour in Sean’s evening sky picture, but these are all really great images and a nice way to start the weekend!


Every picture tells its own story. They are all stunning. The Nyala brought back memories of when Ivan and I saw one displaying to another male. The display took three quarters of an hour until the other male moved off. It was like watching a ballet in slow motion, complete with shivers and shakes. It was really special to watch. Thank you so much for the beautiful pics.

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