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Piccadilly 3:3 female

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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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on The Week in Pictures #416

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Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

Alex your pictures are always stunning. Love the rhino and plaque rock.

Andy Francombe
Explorer

Alex. Stunning photos. Hope all is well. Andy

Martha Myers
Explorer

As always, I enjoyed your images, Alex. This time, I was struck by the humble guinea fowl, so notoriously difficult for me to capture well, and the camouflaged crocodile. The Senegal Bush male and Piccadilly female were new faces for me – perhaps I’ll see them next visit.

Victoria Auchincloss
Digital Tracker

Another wonderful week. As always you brighten our Friday mornings as we look forward to January 28th! Vico

Jim Davis
Explorer

Good Stuff….thanks, Jim Davis

Denise Vouri
Guest contributor

Perfect way to begin my weekend, viewing your beautiful photos, and learning more about the leopard movements as well as your weather swings. Good catch of the zebra mid air in addition to the mighty dung beetles.

Lisa Antell
Explorer

The Nhulanguleni young females are really beautiful leopardesses!

Andrew and Daniel Bolnick
Digital Tracker

Alex, thanks for a great week in pictures. Thoroughly enjoy seeing new life come to the bush

Doug Hammerich
Senior Digital Ranger

I think the photo of the kudu was my favorite this week.

Gillian Lacey
Explorer

Lovely pictures as ever. It looks like the Nhlanguleni female’s cub has inherited her very pink nose!

Vin Beni
Guest contributor

Don’t recall reading about the Piccadilly female previously. (Although recall is becoming less of a strength!)

The Piccadilly female is the daughter of the late Xidulu female. Her territory is mostly in Mala Mala Game Reserve.

Vin Beni
Guest contributor

Thanks Gabriele!

Joan Schmiidt
Master Tracker

Alex – great photos this week

Ian Hall
Master Tracker

Whilst there are some really good photos the one that stands out for me is the Helmeted Guinea Fowl , stunning photo and would go on my wall any day. 10/10

Joanne Wadsworth Kelley
Master Tracker

Very interesting blog with stellar images, Alex! Too many favorites to count. We all will be curious as to how territories shake out in the end. My only hope is that no serious injury occurs to any adult or cubs. Lovely to watch things change this time of year!

Bob and Lucie Fjeldstad
Guest contributor

All the shots are fabulous but I have to ask, is the Plaque Rock pool shot HDR?

Bob and Lucie Fjeldstad
Guest contributor

P.S. Alex you have a talent for wildlife portraiture!!! We especially appreciate the backlighting and as a photographer friend of ours at National Geo likes to say, “the money shot is when the critter is staring directly into your eyes”!!! Well done!

Mike Ryan
Explorer

Great collection Alex love the Croc especially

Sean De
Explorer

This blog has certainly lit the fire for our time with you in 3 weeks! Hoping to capture some beautiful photos. These are rapturous. Thank you.

Annie.Lane07
Explorer

So many beautiful images, particularly loved the monochrome of the elephant cow….. There always seem to be so many leopards on Londolozi, the Nhlanguleni female cub is just gorgeous as is the Senegal male. Stunning camera captures. Thank you.

Suzanne Gibson
Guest contributor

Great TWIP Alex. So many fantastic photos I can’t pick a favourite. A question – is the other Nhlanguleni cub’s sister still around; if so, are they still seen together at all?

Well these photos are making me awfully jealous! Beautiful!

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