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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 Tony. Love the birds.

Beautiful pictures, the Steenbok is my favorite, a perfect pose.

Awesome as usual bush buddy!

W O W these pictures are great. The one of the two leopards feeding might be my all time favorite picture at Londolozi. The other ones are fantastic as well. Thank You.

Absolutely stunning photos…. While at Londolozi I became very interested in photography as it was and is a way for me to capture moments in my life that I can relive time and time again. Now that I have some nice photography equipment I believe a return trip to paradise, otherwise known as Londolozi, is in my near future.

Thank you Tony for sharing these extraordinary photos.

Wow Anthony. Once again what a wonderful set of photos! They are a joy to behold! Thank you once again. Wendy M

Dear James and Anthony. It seems that both of you have submitted these truly excellent photos! Thank you BOTH. Wendy M

Stunning captures of the Steenbok and Kudu portrait.

Very special images, Tony! That of the Lizard Buzzard made me gasp – amazing!

Will the Snake tying itself into a knot make itself more difficult or even impossible for the Buzzard to eat it?

Always so excited when it’s time for you to return to Londolozi, Tony. I know exceptional images will be forthcoming and I have not been disappointed. Looking forward to the next group presented on the blog. Thanks Tony and James!

And the amazing images just keep on coming!!

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Thank you Tony for these stunning pictures. Did you wait for the Lizard Buzzard to finish his snake meal with the knot, I would like to know how he got it down the throat or undid the knot??? Look forward to the next ones 🙂 Happy New Year

Wendy ,unfortunately the Lizard Buzzard flew off to another tree and we did not get to see it finish the meal!! and Happy New Year to you too 🙂

Thanks everyone for the kind comments 🙂

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