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Inyathini 3:3 Male

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Dean de la Rey

Alumni Ranger

Dean was a guide at Londolozi from 2018 to 2022. He 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 ...

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Nice story and best wishes for 2020

Thank you

2020 off to a good start! Wild dog pups having fun!!!

Thanks Vin

Wonderful pictures, interesting blog. You’ve made a great point that it’s not the equipment that makes the image, but the creativity and emotion of the person behind the lens. Shooting with abandon yields snapshots, when in fact it’s more important to take time and wait until the moment is right to push the shutter. Cheers for continuous great sightings.

Definitely agree, Thanks for the comment Denise

Some really fun images this week, Dean! Especially love the kudu, the Tsalala cub, Inyathini at night!

Thank you Mary

Beautiful pix. Some truly wonderful camera angles. Great art!

Thank you Michael

The close-up and personal head shot of the kudu bull was striking.

Thank you Doug

Dean, Thanks for a great group of images! We think you did a great job of trying to find something different. We are with you though on the idea of just sharing the images we each get from the same sightings. Lots of fun when we are “competing” for the best shot or angle. “Hey, get off my leopard!” has been heard many times on our safari vehicle!

Can imagine the tussle when mashaba is found. Thanks for the comment guys.

Senior Digital Ranger

WOWZA! .. AMAZING!! What a week of pictures! Thank you for sharing them!

Thanks Dean Amazing week

So much fun. Thanks to the Ryan’s

Dean, I especially liked the elephant spraying the mud in the air, great shot!

Thanks Joan, Think it’s my favorite as well.

I like the lappet faced vulture. The fluffy feathers make it looks as though it’s wearing a fur coat.

Very true. Thanks Chelsea

Hi Dean, great selection of pictures as always! Was wondering if you could tell me where the Tsalala Lioness and her cub have been spending time in relation to the Ntsevu Pride? Thanks!

Hi Michael, thanks for the comment. She spends most of her time in and around the sand river. Nstevu are seen further south and central londolozi.

Wonderful photos as always. And it’s really great to be able to follow the animals’ development, like the lion cubs via your blogs.
However, I have been wondering for a long time now, why I don’t get the blogs anymore on my mail account though I have signed up for them at least 20 times?? Okay, I can get to your homepage every day any way, if I want to. And choose some to read. But sometimes I forget and it would be nice to get a daily mail from Londolozi.

Wonderful photos! We yearn to return to Londolozi!

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