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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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our very best regards to Innocent , Guido and Dina

And to James Souchon and Cath

Stunning pics this week James. Love the pics of the ranger and trackers. The last image of the cheetah cubs is amazing.

Looks like you enjoyed another brilliant week in Londolozi. I especially liked the touching photo of the cheetah siblings as well as the portrait of Innocent. Question: Are there any attachments for your Land Rovers that will support a camera plus lens like they have on Singita vehicles? It’s approximately a 10” metal stand with a padded square on top to support the camera. Bean bags? I’m asking because I noticed in one of your photos three male guests using long lenses with no support. Thank you!!

Hi Denise,

Yes absolutely we have Beanbags and Wimberley arms for people to use. Sometimes in a quick-fire situation there isn’t lots of time to get set up though, and in the first picture of the Nkoveni female and cub, Pete had literally arrived in the sighting three seconds before. If you look closely both guests have lens mounts next to them, and two beanbags are visible…

Best regards.

Love waking up to Londolozi’s blogs each morning in Hawai’i. Mahalo.

James. The pix on TWIP are always so good that it seems redundant to comment each week. But I really enjoyed the last cheetah picture. Hope to see them in a few weeks.

Yes, my bird id was right!!!!

Nice work on photographing that white-tailed mongoose!! And I’d love to get the chance to taste that pizza someday!!

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