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Anthony Goldman

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Born in Boksburg , grew up in Benoni matriculated at Benoni High , went to Medical School at Wits.Married for 50 years.I am now a retired cardiologist and practised for 45 years .My love for the bush first started after a Standard 5 ...

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Stunning images. Love the rhinos

No matter where Tony travels worldwide, he continuously takes truly exceptional images. Who wouldn’t grin when a cub playfully bites it’s mother tail, but he also captures the mother’s snarly ouch to complete the storyline. Some people match perfectly with a location. Londolozi and Tony fit hand and glove. I look forward to seeing further images he has captured!

Such wonderful sightings

Spectacular pictures! Thanks for sharing and look forward to the next installment.
P.S. I also reside in Florida (Parkland) and find this blog such a magical connection to a part of the world so different than the where I live.

Digital Ranger

Wow! These are fantastic photos, Tony! Very unique and very beautiful, Thank you for sharing.

Loved the photos, Tony! By the way, we have you and your wife beat in years of marriage! Glad you enjoy Africa as much as we do! Merry Christmas!

Beautiful images Tony, especially the birds. I readily admit to bird envy photographs by others but on my first trip to Londolozi last month, I did manage to capture a gray heron with a catfish. I look forward to seeing more of your images.

We did see the two tiny cubs of the Ximungwe female in their hidden rocky enclosure, but it was a viewing moment only – oftentimes the best!!

Excellent photos!

Senior Digital Ranger

Awesome photos and great comments.

Always love looking at Tony Goldmans photo galleries!!

Truly stunning pics Anthony, I especially loved the cub playing with Mum’s tail and the two rhinos drinking with the sun reflecting on them – stunning shot. Thank you for sharing with us. I wish you a safe, happy and healthy 2019.

Senior Digital Ranger

Those were stunning thanks Tony, especially the Rhino’s in the sun’s glow. Very special

Thanks everyone for all the kind comments 🙂

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