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Plaque Rock 3:3 Female

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As a young boy growing up on an agricultural farm in Zimbabwe, Sean spent every opportunity entertaining himself outdoors, camping in the local nature reserve and learning about all facets of the natural world. After completing a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental ...

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Twip is really about the awakening of the world of Londolozi. Thank you Sean for sharing your photos. So many creatures coming forth to start their lives.

Wonderful collection of pictures, especially the black-and-white ones! Cheetahs are breathtaking, I’m glad the cub is still there. Lovely picture of the spider and its web and the leopards in vegetation. Birds are always so colourful and I particularly like the dragonfly, like butterflies they are small nature’s jewel.

Hi Sean, oh what a variety of beautiful pics this week for us to see. Loved all the leopards and mom Cheetah and her cub. The eagle owl is a stunning and quite big. The bullfrog pic is a surprise because you don’t always see them. The three rivers cub is growing up so quickly and just look at Mr Ximungwe on those thin branches.

Wonderful TWIP again, especially loved the bullfrog photo. Has the road across the causeway been fixed now? (you mentioned the pic of the elephant was taken from it).

Great pic of the bull frog! This is quite a big frog right? I remember being stuck on a road in Kruger with loads of little golfball sized, round frogs around us…….. but that is a different one, I suppose?

So many great photos this week! The European Roller, African Bullfrog, and esp the cheetah mother and cub are stand outs for me! 🙏🏻 Thanks!

So many amazing photos! Thanks everybody for sharing them.

Wow, such an amazing week of photos! Jess and Kyle, yours jumped out to me immediately, but that bullfrog was equally fantastic. Each week you and your contributing team put forth such great photos it is always impossible to choose a favorite. I’m thrilled to see all the cubs are thriving for now, including the cheetah. It’s certainly not easy for those mums to keep their progeny safe. Cheers to the production team.

Sean, The photo team has done it again! We added several of the images to our favorites. The Ximungwe Young Male image need to be turned into a “pro print” for sure. We like seeing the closeup of the bullfrog and the nighttime Verreaux’s Eagle Owl – very rare to see! Thanks for staying on the birds too – the White-fronted Bee-eaters are beautiful!

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Wow, the pic of the cheetah and her cub is my absolute favourite!! What a spectacular shot! The bond between mum and cub is clearly evident. Just beautiful!!

Fabulous photos as always from you all !! The leopards certainly steel the show with the silhouette of the Plaque rock female and the stunning shots of the Ximungwe young male in B and W and watching his mum head off to feed. Always appreciate the beautiful bird and little beastie photos as they are so hard to capture. The team have done a magnificient job as always of capturing their colour and textures. Thanks so much Sean 🙏🏻💕

By the way, how could I have forgotten to mention the Cheetah !!! Just too beautiful 👌🏻🙏🏻💕

Great captures this week by you and the team Sean – so much variety in terms of subjects and settings!!

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