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Sean Cresswell

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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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Ray Tinnin
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I look forward to my daily vicarious visit to Londolozi especially the “week on pictures”. I really appreciate the photo information (shutter, speed and iso) what I would like added is focal length. I’m looking forward to a in person return visit in Sept.
Thank you for stories and pictures.

Ray T.

Kristine Dong
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Wow, just wow!

Jill
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I do so look forward to these daily blogs while enduring challenges at work in a dreary operating room environment. When able to take a brief break this blog always uplifts my soul and provides me with refreshment from my world in the US. I do so hope to revisit Londolozi in a different season next time and it is so lovely to see that the drought is giving way to a more normal existence. May all of you thrive in the life giving rain that has desperately eluded you

Vinay Kumar
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Any update on matimbas?

James Tyrrell
Photographic Guide/Media Team

None that we know of Vinay,
Last we heard they had moved north out of the Sabi Sands.
Reports were that they were seen near Orpen Gate in the Kruger Park but we haven’t confirmed anything in the last few days…

Gillian Evans
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Beautiful photos Sean in challenging low light conditions! – and beautifully written. Love the Mashable young female in action leaping from the tree. Beyond excited about our impending return visit!

Louise Swallow
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I’ve never seen the lowveld in all its lushness. Stunning pictures Sean and great writing, what a talent you have for painting a picture with words.

Callum Evans
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Superb photographs, love seeing photos of the bush so lush! My favorite had to be the Matshipiri males!

Lea
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Great article Sean. Also, what a great relief for everyone to finally receive some much prayed for rain. Amazing to see the transformation almost instantly. Fantastic pictures – thank you.

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