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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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on The Week in Pictures #360

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Gawie Jordaan
Master Tracker

What a Week! this makes me long for the smell of a potato bush, the sawing of a leopard & a francolin yelling. Thanks James. Hope you find the 1st impala lamb!

Darlene Knott
Master Tracker

Loved TWIP! The panning is such a fun idea, but it is not easy. I am still working on it. Thanks for sharing, James!

Ian Hall
Master Tracker

Wowzer, some wonderful photos, but I have to say the pick of the bunch are the rhinos. But the Little Bee Eater shot is also pretty good going.

Sylvain Villeroy De Galhau
Guest Contributor

Beautiful pictures James, these ase not easy conditions with the bush still being dry. The one with the 6 rhinos is great, did it involve much post-processing as it gives an impression of an HDR post-processing. And I was also puzzled to see that you could use an aperture of f4 at 600m on the bee-eater; what lens are you using? Well done, you bring us such pleasure with your pictures and blog

Joanne Wadsworth Kelley
Master Tracker

This week brought a variety to the week. Love the perfect image of the Little Bee-Eater and the various relaxed images of leopards. But my favorite was the massive number of young hippos with the huge crocodile lying compliantly in their midst! It seemed like such a contradiction.

Doug Hammerich
Digital Tracker

Glad to see the photo of Tracker Ray. He and Ranger Kevin made our stay in Londolozi beyond memorable.

Wendy Macnicol
Digital Tracker

Dear James. I have NEVER seen so many hippos all in one place. Has there been a sudden population explosion in the hippo world? And a large croc in the middle of them! How strange. Have you had any rain at all yet during the Spring and Summer seasons this year? Wendy M

Denise Vouri
Guest contributor

I’m here in Chobe and there are many Impala lambs with many more to come. Looking forward to seeing the little ones in Sabi Sands soon.

Callum Evans
Master Tracker

Such an incredible range of images!! That is a pretty specila shot of the little bee-eater!! Also love the Ximungwe Female in hiding, the hippo crowd, the feeding crocodile and the rhino crash!

Marianna Gdanis

A lovely Week in Pics, thanks especially all the rhinos and an unknown leopard!

Tina Gutierrez

I loved seeing all the hippos but I imagine the crocs were waiting for the smaller ones to come closer to the water! Great photos as always, love your work!

Suzanne Gibson
Master Tracker

Thanks James for more gorgeous photos – the bee-eater is stunning, also the Nkoveni female cub and the multiple hippos one is just astonishing, also the croc – but you’ve done it again, they’re all wonderful!

Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

Lovely pics James. Love the rhinos and the hippo. It is definitely baby season.

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