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on A Very Different Season: Another Soulful Experience

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Sally
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Wowzers!

Annette
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Such fantastic images. How long did you stay?
We love Londolozi

Diane Fiedler
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It’s been three years since my visit to Sabi Sands. I love reading the Londolozi journals. They’re so well written, they make me feel like I’m there. Kudos to Mike Johnson. His photographic skills are outstanding and I enjoyed every picture he took. Thank you for sharing.

Judy B.
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Amazing photos! Thanks so much for sharing.

Joanne von Zeuner
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Dear John. Your pictures are breathtakingly beautiful as is your writing about your experience at Londolozi. We have alsi just returned after a few days there and I could not have said it any better. Thank you for sharing ????

Joanne von Zeuner
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Sorry I meant Mike ??

Senior Moment
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Fantastic

Vicky Sanders
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Wow! Those are some amazing photos. Loved each and every one, although I am a little partial to the Matimbas.

Wendy Hawkins
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Wow Wow Wow!!!! Your pictures are just so unbelievably beautiful! There isn’t one that is better than another, its mind blowing how you have captured these images! Thank you Mike and I hope that in your stash there are more that you will treat us to. Keep planning for your next trip. Kind regards

Jan Tanis
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These are exquisite. Thank you for sharing!

Sam Hamilton
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Stunning photos! Thank you for taking me back for a few minutes. You are very talented!

Jill Larone
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Beautiful pictures Mike! Thank you for sharing them.

MJ
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Wow, those are some amazing photos! Thank you for sharing them!

Tyler
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How’d you get the super low angle shots? Just lucky terrain or using some special gear?

mike johnson
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I actually mounted my camera upside down, with a gimbal, on a monopod and with Sean’s permission hung it outside the vehicle and let it sit on the ground using a remote shutter release.

Shirlee Cunningham
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These are wonderful shots and I would love to know how the chiraschuro shots were achieved (the half shadow/half light of cats/elephant). Hope not with the “flash” as we were always told not to use it as it blinds the animal for up to an hour making them vulnerable…..we loved our trip to Londolozi also.

mike johnson
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Thank you…no flash used for those shots Shirlee, just a strong side light, sometimes natural other times from a second landi with rangers lamp.

Marg Guit
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An epic show case of images!!! ?

Rich Laburn
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Awesome gallery of images Mike, what a pleasure to view your photography. Really like the leopard images with the black background. Thanks for sharing.

Glen and Keith Newton Jones
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Mike your photos are awesome, thank you for sharing! We were there end October with our wonderful guide Sean and tracker Rob and left ( reluctantly with a few tears) with such a greater appreciation of these wonderful animals, some of our own photos and memories to last forever. Wish we could have stayed forever!

mike johnson
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Thank you! Just 5 nights Annett….it is an incredible place and I still cannot believe the amount of incredible sightings we had.

mike johnson
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Thank you all so much for you comments! I have attached a link below to the other Londolozi shots we captured:

https://goo.gl/5cNPKd

Gillian Evans
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Hi Mike have just seen your photos.. leopards in half light and elephants are truly iconic! I absolutely love the black/white leopard on a tree. A stunning selection!

Kathy DeLong
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Stunning pictures! Thanks for sharing

Val van den Heuvel
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Absolutely stunning! Can’t decide which is the best shot!,

Susan Strauss
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Amazing photos

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