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Piccadilly 3:3 female

Piccadilly 3:3 female

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Senegal Bush 3:3 Male

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Guy Brunskill

Alumni Ranger

Guy worked as a ranger for Londolozi from 2017 until the end of 2021. He grew up in Durban, Kwa-Zulu Natal. From a young age he visited the bush each holiday. It was during these early years that his passion and interest was ...

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Guy, I loved all the leopard🤗

Wonderful Safari this week. Thanks Guy.

Thanks Guy, a wonderful TWIP. And how amazing to see so many hippos out of the water in daylight!

Guy, my favorite thing in the world is sitting with an elephant herd.

Love the winter impact on photos!

Wonderful exciting pictures! All are excellent but the leopards and the Birmingham male are the top. The old look of him and the magic of the Senegal Bush eyes and beauty are something to watch over and over again

Such beautiful foto’s of al the animals. The senegal bush male and ficcadilly female are real beauties. The stampded hippo’s are quiet scarry and very dangerous. Loved the rhinos and always a good sighting. Three rivers female looking at something very intently, and good foto of the rock python basking in the sun.

Beautiful photos as always! Love the close up of Kunyuma/Senegal Bush Male!

Hi Guy, great selection of photos! Could the two young males seen with Nkuhuma and Styx Males have been the two Plains Camp Pride young males? I’m not familiar with the Sand River Pride so don’t know the composition, but I know the two young males from the Plains Camp Pride were seen south of Londolozi recently.

@Michael Fleetwood, there is a good chance of it being them. it’s always fairly tough trying identify young males that we have never seen before as they become nomadic. We have seen a few other young males moving around and we are speaking to other guides to try and identify them.

This was a terrific TWIP Guy. It’s good to see the large predators along with the smaller creatures. Crackers Senagal Bush male photo!

@Denise Vouri, thanks so much. I look forward to seeing some of your soon!

Another lovely collection!

Hi Guy…. thank you so much for an outstanding TWIP!!….I loved each moment you captured and the descriptive stories accompanying each photo was an excellent read…..quite uplifting!…..thanks so much again…..I’ve been following these beautiful animals for quite a long time now, so always love the updates…….

@Pauli Bakker, an absolute pleasure Pauli. I’m glad you loved them.

Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful. Thanks, Guy!

Fabulous photos Guy! the Senegal Bush male certainly tops them all though, what a great shot 👌🏻💕💕

@Cally Staniland, thank you so much

What a wonderful array of images this week! Loved the locking eyes image! How thrilling that must have been! Great blog!

@Joanne Wadsworth Kelley, thank you very much. it’s always an exciting feeling being that close.

Guy, looks like things are starting to ramp up as the cooler weather approaches. Great images – especially the close-ups of the lion and leopard. Thanks!

@Michael and Terri Klauber, they certainly are. a change in the seasonal weather always brings change. hopefully see you both back soon.

Great week of photos Guy! Many wonderful images, but the croc and the python were stunning!

@Paul Canales, thanks very much Paul. the hope you are well.

All well here in California, and wishing the best to you all!

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