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Flat Rock 3:2 Male

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Nhlanguleni 3:2 Female

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Don Heyneke

Photographic Guide

Don defines the quintessential success story in guide development. Having limited experience in the bush or photography when starting at Londolozi, his years here have been a meteoric rise to prominence, and his understanding of the bush and wildlife around him as well ...

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on The Week in Pictures #354

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Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

Stunning pics Don. Beautifully written. Sometimes we just have to embrace change and it is surprising to realize that it can be for the better. We will always look back on what has been and how good it was. Memories will stay with us.

Darlene Knott
Senior Digital Ranger

Beautiful photos, lovely thoughts! I especially liked the photos of the baby rhino and the cheetah fleeing the lion, although I was surprised at how stunning the hornbill and marabou stork’s photos were too. Fantastic post! Thanks for sharing!

Wendy Hawkins
Senior Digital Ranger

Beautiful Don thank you

Denise Vouri
Master Tracker

Beautiful beginning to my weekend Don. Thank you for sharing your images!!

Doug Hammerich
Explorer

Thank you so much for the beautiful pics. I was at at Londolozi a week or so ago, and I so wish I were back. I’d love to see the expected rains. Our Ranger Kevin said Londolozi greens up very fast.

Michael & Terri Klauber
Digital Tracker

Incredible shots this week Don! Love the straight-on look of the Hornbill!

Joanne Wadsworth Kelley
Digital Tracker

Don you’ve given us some wonderful pictures this week! And I was especially moved by your thoughtful opening quote. The images were so good that I dislike calling attention to one over another….but…. (lol) someone’s heart would have to have hardened if they weren’t moved by the tenderness between the Nhlanguleni and her cub! Demonstrating the elephant textures was thoughtful and the face of the Hornbill was striking. I could go on, but will send my thanks instead.

Alessandra Cuccato
Digital Ranger

Is Kashane in a bad condition?

Randy Tyler
Explorer

Loved your thoughts on embracing change, as well as all the wonderful photos … and that straight-on shot of the hornbill — wow!

Callum Evans
Guest contributor

This has got to be the most amazing photo gallery that I’ve seen in a while now!! I honestly cannot choose a favourite!

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