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Dean de la Rey

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Dean grew up in Johannesburg and it was from his very first trip to the bush at the age of two that he was captivated by this environment (he claims he can remember that far back!). He attended school in Pretoria, thereafter completing ...

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Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

Stunning pics Dean. Love the lions and the baby rhino.

Thank you, Marinda

Callum Evans
Guest contributor

Beautiful!!

Thank you, Callum.

Chelsea Allard
Senior Digital Ranger

Another superb WIP!

Thank you, Chelsea.

Annie.Lane07
Explorer

Stunning camera captures, especially the Mashaba female leopard, male lions, Kudu bulls, baby Rhino, Squirrel, in fact all of them are so beautiful. Very interesting reading too. Many thanks.

Appreciate the comment. Gad you enjoyed, Annie.

Ann Richardson Berg
Senior Digital Ranger

Hello Dean,
Fantastic pictures!! Love the one with a leopard that hides in a thicket by a pan. Art on a high level! Thank you for sharing!

Thank you Ann, yes i enjoyed that one too.

Andrew and Daniel Bolnick
Senior Digital Ranger

Dean, Loved this week in pictures. From beginning to end each photo brought an even bigger smile. A favorite is too hard to pick. Thanks for making my week

That is the exact intention, thank you the comment.

Darlene Knott
Digital Tracker

Outstanding photos! I loved every one! The reflection of the tree in the leopard’s eye—wow! The lions, the baby rhino, the buffalo, all were wonderful. Thanks for sharing!

Thank you for the lovely comment Darlene.

Denise Vouri
Guest contributor

Fantastic pictures this week- especially the leopards!👏📷

Thank you Denise.

Joan Schmiidt
Digital Tracker

Dean – great photos, love the lions and leopards!

Thank you Joan.

Bob and Lucie Fjeldstad
Guest contributor

Nice selection of photos!!!

Thank you.

Vin Beni
Digital Tracker

Can’t get enough of aby rhinos–have never seen wild dog pups.

It is something extremely special Vin.

Mary Beth Wheeler
Guest contributor

Iconic images this week, Dean! Love the lion father and son and the Tortoise Pan male silhouetted again the sun. But so many others are special too. Thank you!

Appreciate the amazing comments Mary Beth, glad you enjoyed.

Thanks for sharing with us. Love those leopards 🙂

Pleasure, glad you enjoyed Earline.

Michael Fleetwood
Senior Digital Ranger

Great photos as always Dean! Do you have a count on the sex ratio of the Ntsevu Pride cubs? From the sounds of things there are quite a number of males among the cubs? Also, could you brush me up on the ages now of the cubs?

Victoria Auchincloss
Senior Digital Ranger

Wonderful pictures. Why is it always the young ones who are so very adorable? Even the baby rhino. Loved the 2 male kudos. A great way to end the week! Now we pray for rain. Victoria

Need rain desperately. See Ranger Alex Jordans blog on why we find younger ones cute. Great read. https://blog.londolozi.com/2018/10/27/why-are-we-attracted-to-the-young-and-cute/

Ian Hall
Digital Tracker

Super photos, the bar set really high this week

Wow, thank you so much Ian.

Joanne Wadsworth Kelley
Master Tracker

Your images this week Dean are over the top! You captured the mutual affection between father and son with queen Mashaba looking regal as always. The group shot of the lions post-kill drink along with the fascinating leopard eye reflection was so unique. Thanks so much, Dean!

Humbled by the comment Joanne, really appreciate it. Thank you.

Michael and Terri Klauber
Guest contributor

Dean, What a beautiful set of images! We always have our fingers crossed for our Mashaba and hope she is successful. We are blessed to have watched her from when she was just “Vomba Young Female”! The father and son lion shot is a classic. We love the way the young male looks up at his dad!

Watching the journey and generations of animals in the area is something that I think keeps people coming back and addicted. Its something we are so lucky to be allowed to witness. Glad you have been apart of it. Thanks for the comment.

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