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Josephine Benecke

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Josephine grew up on a farm just south of Johannesburg, which exposed her to open spaces and encouraged her to develop a love for nature at a very young age. Later she attended the Diocesan College for Girls in the Eastern Cape where ...

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Anym V

Lovely post

Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

Lovely blog. Not one day, one game drive is the same. Around every corner there is a surprise waiting. Life is much more exciting not knowing what will happen next.

Ian Hall
Master Tracker

Nicely written. Just watching the sky in the African bush is such a joy

Leonie De Young
Master Tracker

Lovely Blog Josephine. Great for the kids to get out in the wilderness to discover the beauty of Mother Nature at night. On the subject of the U.S. open, someone said “makes no difference if you win or lose, it’s how you played the game”. Kevin and South Africa can feel proud that he played a great game and he made it into the finals of the U.S. Open. Better luck next year Kevin.

Michael Kalm
Guest contributor

Great entry, wonderful rhapsodic musings as to all the calls of the wild. BUT – Please! Give some information on how that Milky Way picture was taken!

James Tyrrell

Hi Michael.

With pleasure. With the moon waning at the moment the star gazing is getting better and better. We’ll put out a post on how to take a star trails shot in the next week or two.

Best regards

Michael Kalm
Guest contributor

Thanks, James. I am looking forward to it. I also want to know how you illuminated the tree in your Milky Way shot.
Best regards,
P.S. Your blog is the best blog I have ever seen. Outstandingly consistent high quality. Kudos!

James Tyrrell

Thanks very much Michael, nice to get such good feedback! I’ll pass your regards on to the team.

Mike Ryan

Much like the wait for Anderson to win a major the Ryan family are still waiting to see the Anderson male leopard after 5 years of searching. Perhaps this New Year will be the time ?

James Tyrrell

Hi Mike,
Haha, we’re keeping fingers crossed for you. Like Anderson’s backhand, it’s all about the timing…

Hope you’re all well!

Humaira Paruk
Digital Ranger

Interesting post

Gawie Jordaan
Master Tracker

Fantastically Descriptive.. Thank you

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