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Mashaba 3:3 Female

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Alistair Smith

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Alistair guided at Londolozi from late 2016 to late 2017. Despite only a short stint here, he made a great impression on the guests he drove and formed a great bond with tracker Euce Madonsela. His photography is excellent, and is a passion ...

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Alison Smith
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Nice blog Al! stunning photo’s!

Lynn Rattray
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Outstanding post!

Patti Hotz
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Fantastic set of pictures! I truly left a piece of my heart in Londolozi.

Vicky Sanders
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As usual some gorgeous photos. The Mashaba Young Female in the tree with that lighting is amazing. On the question of the fatherhood of the Flat Rock Male, are y’all also collecting scat samples for the Panthera leopard DNA project?

James Tyrrell
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Hi Vicky,
Yes we do contribute scat samples to Panthera.

Steve Cain
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Fond memories of the Tree Camp at Londolozi especially the leopards of course. Vividly recall an after dinner encounter with a lone Cape buffalo one night, on our way home way down at the end of camp. ?Very glad for our steely- nerved escort. Really hope to get back in 2017.

Jill Larone
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Stunning images Alistair! It’s really nice to see the Tamboti female again. So sad to hear of the loss of the Mashaba female’s cubs. Thanks for a great week of beautiful pictures and I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Robin Smith
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Well done Alistair! You have learnt such a lot in such a short space of time!

John Budd
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Great pics Alistair (hopefully mine come out as well!) and thanks to you and Euse for a fantastic 4 days in Londolozi. Can you text/email me your email or mobile so that I can let you how Villa 47 went.

Alistair Smith
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Hi John, thank you for your comment and kind words. Euce and I had a wonderful time with you guys! my email is asti@iafrica.com and my personal mobile is +27 82 886 4566. I would love to know how you found the restaurant last night 🙂

We look forward to your return to Londolozi

Warm Regards,
Alistair

Leah Urbantke
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Beautiful pictures, Alastair! We have some amazing ones as well. Thanks again to you and Euce! Did Dipti share with you our adventure with the elephant at Baines Camp? Also, did the bunny run away?

Alistair Smith
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Hi Leah, great to hear from you 🙂 glad you enjoyed the images.

I met up with Dipti at Founders Camp and she shared your elephant story with me. What an experience! You can now truly say that you’ve experienced Africa at its best! The ‘bunny’ did indeed run away, so happy ending. Hope you’ve enjoyed the rest of your travels and you’re all keeping well.

Regards,
Al

Marinda Drake
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Stunning pics. The best one is the rhino bull chasing the Majingilane. Classic.

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