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Alex Jordan

Alumni Ranger

Born in Cape Town, Alex grew up on a family wine estate in Stellenbosch. Spending much of his young life outdoors, Alex went on many a holiday into Southern Africa’s national parks and wild areas. After finishing high school, he completed a number ...

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on The Week in Pictures #379

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Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

Great pics this week Alex. Love the wild dogs and wildebeesr.

Joanne Wadsworth Kelley
Master Tracker

Marvelous images this week, Alex, with such variety. Enjoyed each one!


Oh, lovely! When first I subscribed to this Blog I didn’t understand how the structure worked. Now I open it up and flip right through. That back lit photo of the two Ntsevu cubs gets my vote for Photo of The Week – that backlit line of golden light around their heads, like a halo, did it for me. Second is that lovely photo of the Guinea Fowl. Third, the little lion peering through the leaves. But all of them were lovely, as always. When are we going to have another ‘identify this bird’ photo? And how’s it going with watching the lions?

Denise Vouri
Guest contributor

Wow Alex! You posted some fantastic photos this week. The Ximungwe cub was the highlight for me – wide eyed, wet, nervous- perfect portrait!! The leopard photos in my Londolozi photo album keep multiplying!!😘📷📷

Vin Beni
Master Tracker

We had a similar cheetah experience during our first visit. It was so amazing watching the mother lead her cubs to finish the kill.

Suzanne Gibson
Master Tracker

Great blog, Alex. Good to see the Ndzanzeni young male again, haven’t heard much about him recently – but even less of his mother. Has she been seen at all lately? I’m surprised she’s not pregnant again yet, or do you think maybe she’s had more cubs and lost them?

Michael Kalm
Senior Digital Ranger

The star trail firefly image looks like something Van Gogh would have painted!

Bob and Lucie Fjeldstad
Master Tracker

Alex, Nicely done. Love the sunrise sky and the Lightoom panoramic … that tool is amazing!!!

Ian Hall
Master Tracker

What superb photos, the leopard snarling , the sky shot , the sky at night and the guinea fowl are all stand outs and would grace any wall. Well done Alex

Mike Ryan

Great set of photos Alex good to see the Ximungwe cubs doing well

Mj Bradley
Senior Digital Ranger

Great photos! Kunyuma/Senegal Bush is still a snarly boy! lol Has there been any news lately of the Tsalala Female and her cubs?

Callum Evans
Master Tracker

Amzing photos!!

Matt Uys
Londolozi Alumni

Nice Pictures bud!

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