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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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Great pics this week. Love the African Jacana. Interesting information about the red billed Queleas.

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Cracking photos. I think the leopard photos are first class. We once stopped for a cup of tea in Ruaha and found a huge python in the tree above us, the third photo took me back many years/

James, thanks for the pre-300 update. Love the shot of Nick with the Tsalala’s. He seems to always be in the right spot and camera-ready! Right Nick??

Haha Michael ironically he’s on leave now and so is missing out on two weeks of bush action!!

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Wow James I am happy to wait for another week as it is always a treat to see what Londo gives us bloggers every Friday! The pictures are all amazing, I love the Blacksmith Lapwing’s bravery when the Rhino lumbered by, but my ultimate favourite is the African Rock Python – I just love them. Thank you & have a great weekend 🙂

As always James, great pics – pray for the leopard cubbies safety. All good. Thank you.

GREAT! The pictures are simply magical.The sunsets and the blend between the animals and the environment as a natural as possible.A very memorable moment is must have been.

That python and all of the leopard photo’s are sensational!! And that jacana is something special too!!

All beautiful images! Sad to hear of the loss of one of the little Nkoveni cubs and I am hoping that the other cub is still safe.

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