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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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The Birmingham Male photo with him perfectly placed within the turn circle on the tarmac was priceless!

Hi Vin, thank you so much. I hope you are keeping well.

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Great bunch of pictures! You need to put more then one heart on some of them because I would double heart my favorites! You folks are so lucky to get the awesome opportunity to photograph these beautiful creatures! Love the B/W leadwood and leopards the best!

Thank you so much, Debra. You must let us know in the comments which are your favourites. The leopard in the leadwood is such an amazing shot.

We were fortunate to be there for many of these sightings – Londolozi never ceases to amaze! Thanks Jess and Freddie for making sure we saw these beautiful animals!

That is amazing, I am so glad you were here to witness some of these fantastic sightings.

Thanks Sean, TWIP’s just continues to show the diversity of wildlife at Londolozi.

Thank you so much, William.

Wonderful pictures again! Thanks!

Some great photos this week. The heron and the snake eagle are beautiful. I love the buffalo in the mud. The uniformity of color and the texture of the mud almost makes it seem like you are looking at a cast sculpture. 🙏🏻

Thank you so much, Marcia. It was awesome to watch the buffalo in the mud, he seemed to be having such a great time.

Outstanding images accompanied by wonderful descriptions. Another great week in review.

Thank you so much, Jef.

Hi Sean, these are stunning foto’s this week. The brown snake eagle is a magnificent bird. Loved the buffalo covered in mud foto. Off course my favorite is the Ximungwe female and her male cub. The mother giraffe and her cub is so special. Also the juvenile Martial Eagle is so precious.

Thank you so much, Valmai.

On the shot of the lion lying on the tarmac, it’s too bad a plane wasn’t taxing in at the crest of the runway at that time. The lion would have scampered away at the noise of the airplane but it would have been some great shots/video!

That would have been a great shot, but yes I am sure he would have gone scampering away with it approaching.

Terrific array of images and settings in this week’s photos – bravo Sean and team!!

Thank you so much, Paul.

Some wonderful images of my favorite animals this week Sean. The Ximungwe duo in the dead leadwood tree is epic as are the photos of the Birmingham male. I came to love seeing the Giant Kingfishers in the bushes along the causeway, ever looking for a meal.
Thanx for a great WIP!

Thank you so much, Denise. There are some great images in this week’s TWIP.

As usual very beautiful photos, big cats and colourful birds are gorgeous , I also like a lot the giraffe duo and the buffalo. Bravo

Well that photo of the Ximungwe female and her cub were sooo worth the wait ! What a fabulous photo 💕. Some fabulous bird photos but the Birmingham male with his mouth full of chipped and worn down teeth and his magnificent old scarred face were priceless too. Thank you Sean and team for yet another fab week in pictures.

That shot of the Ximungwe Duo is phenomenal, well worth the wait. Spending time with the Birmingham Male was also great, its so interesting to see how worn his teeth are. I am so glad you enjoyed this TWIP.

Beautiful photos and views this week!

Another beautiful TWIP, thank you Sean. Loved them all, but the leopards in the deadwood has to be a favourite. So looking forward to being back at Londolozi again.

Thank you so much, Jane. I definitely agree with the leopard in the dead leadwood is such an amazing shot.

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Cracking photos, this was lodged in my in-box and I missed it. Glad I double-checked

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