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Another amazing week of photos!

Thank you so much, Anita.

SO many wonderful photos this week! From Jess the leopard on leopard, black & white elephant bull, and the hyena and cub… just to name a few. The Olive Toad (Chris) and the Tawny Eagle (Sean) are also standouts for me. Thanks!

Thank you, Marcia. I feel those are all fantastic choices. I am glad you enjoyed this TWIP.

Seems it truly was the week in leopards Sean. The pictorial collaboration was wonderful from the three of you from leopards to toads. Editing the bull elephant in monochrome was a great choice, giving it a more powerful feeling. Thank you for the up-to-date look at Ximungwe and son. Seems to bring deja vu memories of her last surviving male cub.

Thank you so much, Denise. Leopards were the standout this week. The Ximungwe Female and her cub are giving some great sightings of late, definitely bringing a little of Deja Vu memories to the surface.

Great pictures, all of them.

Thank you, Christa.

Hi Sean, I did not get my email yesterday but luckily I went on the blog know to find yesterday’s TWIP’S. The leopard foto’s are all so stunning and quite unique. The Ximungwe young male is getting so big and that spek in his eye makes him even more special. I love to see how mother and cub interact with each other. Intriguing foto of the elephant bull, shows so much detail. I’m sure the Nhlanguleni female is special for you as that was your first foto of a leopard. She is beautiful and it always seems to me as if she looks beyond the horizon when a foto is taken of her. Can’t wait to see what is going to happen with the lion dynamics.

Hi Valmai, sorry there seems to have been a glitch with yesterday’s blog being attached to the email. I hope all is sorted and this won’t happen again. The Ximungwe Young Male is growing rapidly. The Nhlanguleni Female is a special female in my eyes because of that very first photo.

Great pictures! The one female must be older as her teeth were quite yellow!

What a fabulous array of leopards! Eac one an individual and so beautiful!! I loved the hawk taking flight into the dark! In fact as always the week in pictures was fabulous!! Thank you Victoria

Thank you so much, Victoria. The leopards are always stunning.

What an incredible photo of the Xmunweni cubs rosettes forming the background to his mother !!!! In fact all the shits are superb, it’s getting very difficult to pick a favorite these days. Thank you for sharing your talent and weekly pics 🙏🏻💕

Thanks, Cally. The photography the team is producing is amazing these days. It is often difficult to choose which are the favourites.

The Leopards are amazing, simply take the breath away. How many cubs are left now? Great to see a new lion coalition! The elephant bull and the toad are both excellent models for superb pictures each in its own way

Thank you, Francesca. Leopards are always stunning.

Sean, What a great set of images! The Eastern Olive Toad photo is amazing and it’s great to see the Ximungwe Young Male growing up so successfully. Somehow you almost made the Hyena’s look cute! 😉

Thank you so much, Michael and Terri.

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