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Nyelethi 4:3 Male

Nyelethi 4:3 Male

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Kevin Power

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Kevin hails from the small town of George, but we try not to hold that against him... After obtaining a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Finance at the University of Stellenbosch, Kev realised that town life wasn't for him for the moment, and ...

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Wow! Amazing experience Kevin. Definitely on my bucket list. Stunning photos.

Amazing Sighting and pics!!!!!

Incredible action photos!!

Now that is one incredible sighting and worth the search and wait. Fabulous images!!

Hi Kevin. Really superb pics! Wow. Thank you and Ted both for sharing these Leopard Leaps with us here at home. Once in a life-time viewing I should think. Worth all that waiting around, wasn’t it? Wendy M

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Oh wonderful photos , glad that you and your guest persevered . So often the guest’s attitude is the all important factor in a successful game drive

What a wonderful experience to watch with an exceptional series of images. Bragging rights for sure!

Great photos afrom an amazing sighting!

How amazing to see two leopards make the leap! I saw the Nyelethi male and his siblings and mother back in ‘10 and maybe seen him only once since. So jealous, Ted and Kevin- wish I’d been there! Great images, too!

Hi Kevin,
Excellent shots!
Any chance to ID the female?
Thanks a lot

Hi Kevin!
We’re two days shy of it being exactly one year since Brad and I arrived at Londolozi. I think of our trip every single day and wish you and the rest of the team well. Such an awesome sighting! I’ll add it to my bucket list for whenever we get to return. 🙂

Wonderful, fabulous and amazing!!!’ Victoria

What beauty in these photos! Your ability to anticipate the right viewing point was very admirable! Reminded me of Boyd’s description of setting up for the Serengeti crossing in Cathedral. Quite skillful!

Really fun to see how each species deals with water, either to drink or to cross. And always a photographic challenge … congratulations on the great sequences!!!

Just when you think Londolozi’s can’t surprise you any more, they jump into action, literally!!!

Just unbelievable!!

Absolutely incredible!!!

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