That’s just under 8 years.
The Week in Pictures, which forms a window into the bush for thousands of people around the world, is far more than just a weekly photo gallery. It’s a representation of long hours in the field; perseverance, practice, and dedication to a craft.
I’m not just talking about photography, but guiding, tracking, an understanding of wildlife, story-telling… all the fundamentals of what makes the Londolozi experience so special.
If 13 rangers are taking 2 game drives a day each, that’s 182 game drives a week.
3.5 hours per game drive is 637 bush hours every 7 days.
Multiply that by 400 and you’re looking at roughly 250 000 hours of bush time that have gone into The Week in Pictures over the years. That’s not insignificant.
Here then, is our tribute to the guides and other contributors who have made this by-now iconic post so special to so many: