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Flat Rock 3:2 Male

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Alex Jordan

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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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Great sighting of a pangolin. Love the Little Bee Eater.

Great TWIP! That last photo of Impalas was amazing! Thanks for sharing, Alex.

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Fantastic photos , the photos that would make my wall are the running impala and the little bee eater.

As usual, I adore all of the photos, but the one with the tip of leopard tail plus dangling paw is on my wish list for my upcoming visit in September!

Alex, Very enjoyable presentation of the week. Especially liked the Bee Eater, so colorful, as well as the Schotia leopard sizing up its kill

Great bee eater! When I was at Londolozi, I said, “Came for the leopards, stayed for the birds.” I still feel that way. BUT – as grisly as it is, love the leopard perusing the “menu” of the impala!

Another wonderful in a world where nature does its thing. Victoria

Alex, what a fabulous week in pictures you have presented us. Another Pangolin sighting! It gives me hope to finally see one during my trip there early next year. I’ve several favorites, but love the simplicity of the detail shots i.e. paw/tail, Buffalo face….
I noticed you shot many of these images at f 5.6 with varying degrees of iso settings. Do you prefer this setting as a good medium for closeups? Do you shoot aperture priority and manually set your iso? Sorry for all the questions but I’m keen to learn more about wildlife photography. I normally shoot in manual but use back button focus on my d810.

The Ntsevu pride….love that photo!

Alex, loved the photos of the martial eagle, giraffe, and owl!

Alex – how did you get the shot of the owl? I can see it was quite dark out already, did you have a spotlight on it? So awesome.

Amazing selection of photos Alex!! Very interested in Hukumuri’s movements as of late and I do wonder if he’s putting much more pressure on Anderson than we realize.

Exceptional images this week, Alex. Loved the little bee-eater capture along with the hopes that the Hukumuri does move further south and perhaps out of harm’s way so his eye can heal. Heard his pupil was destroyed and that he may become sightless in that eye. Wildlife is adaptable. The penetrating eye of the feeding leopard was piercing and who doesn’t like a bit of a dangling paw and tail while in repose! Hard to have a favorite!

I love the shot of the Flat Rock Male and the little bee-eater, and that Ntsevu lioness looks amazing! And well done on finding that pangolin!!

Alex, your TWIP images are really incredible. We especially loved seeing the owl and the pangolin! Well done!

Is it possible we might end up with two wild dog packs or will one drive off the other? Will be interesting to see!

Great pictures

fantastic TWIP Alex, lovely sighting of the pangolin and the martial eagle. Thank you.

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