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Paul Danckwerts


Zambian-born, Paul grew up a fisherman, a birder and a lover of all things outdoors. Following his passion for wildlife he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from Rhodes University before heading for the lowveld. Paul boasts a number of years guiding ...

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on This Week in Pictures #345

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Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

Wow! Stunning pics this week Paul. Love the elephant at the waterhole and the leopard cub. Beautiful capture of the sunset from Ximpalapala.

Thank you Marinda 🙂

Ian Hall
Master Tracker

Some wonderful photos

Thank you Ian!

Denise Vouri
Guest contributor

Beautiful photos this week Paul, especially the cub and roaring lion. The camera settings are appreciated as well. Seems you’ve found a sweet spot in using 200 iso. Do you regularly use aperture priority? Wishing you another great week.

Hi Denise. I normally shoot in aperture priority during the day and then switch to manual at night or in low light. And if I can use a low ISO I will. Thank you for your comment!

Ginger Brucker
Senior Digital Ranger

Always nice to start my Friday’s with a “week in pictures”. These really reflect the beautiful diversity of life on Londolozi.

Andrew and Daniel Bolnick
Digital Tracker

Paul some very captivating photos. We look forward to the Week in Pictures each Friday. Thank you for your great selection. Andrew and Daniel Bolnick

Thank you Andrew and Daniel!

Mary Beth Wheeler
Guest contributor

Excellent photos, Paul! You brought me back to Londolozi…

Thank you Mary Beth!

Mj Bradley
Senior Digital Ranger

Wonderful week in pictures.. Thank you for sharing your little corner of paradise!

Wendy Macnicol
Digital Tracker

Hi Paul. The Birmingham male roaring must have sounded great if you weren’t really looking at him. His one eye when he roared is distinctly squint – which sort of detracts a bit from the general magnificence! He is a wonderful and majestic lion otherwise though, isn’t he? Wendy M

Hi Wendy. He certainly is as majestic as male lions come but I do agree that with the effort of roaring he has got a slightly different expression. Thank you for commenting.

Michael and Terri Klauber
Guest contributor

Beautiful images Paul – The B&W Leopard in the tree is amazing! Thank you!!!!

You are most welcome Michael and Terri. Thank you for commenting.

Bev Maile

Amazing photographs and sightings in a week!

It all came together this week Bev 🙂 thank you for your comment!

Susan Strauss
Digital Tracker

Love the impala shot!

Joanne Wadsworth Kelley
Master Tracker

This weeks’ images individually are superb and I relished each one. Wonderful diversity of wildlife at Londolozi!

Thank you for your kind comment Joanne! It was a spectacular week and I’m glad this week in pictures did it justice.

Rich Laburn
Head of Digital

Awesome set of pics, the Birmingham male is magnificent!

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