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Xinzele 4:4 Female

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Great pics! Love the intense color and the flowing beauty of the resting Nkoveni female 🐆…

Thank you, Marcia. It was such a stunning scene with her draped over the branch like that and the lush green background.

Sean, Fantastic images this week! We loved the Nkoveni Young Females in the tangled dead tree – how fun! The Xinzele Female portrait is great and we hope to “meet” her on our next visit!

Thank you so much, Michael and Terri. There were some stunning pics this week. Hopefully, you get to see the Xinzele Female on your next visit.

Hi Sean… I finally cam see your pictures! Gorgeous, fabulous pictures of the Nkoveni trio and the Xinzele female. They are a real reward after trying to sort out how to see them! Beautiful and very interesting pictures of lions in their changing dynamics, happy elephants and impressive fighting hyppos. I wonder why they aren’t among the “big”… six! Imposing rhino. Just lovely animals in a healthy and luxurious environment.

Thank you so much, Francesca.

Thank you Sean! So many great photos this week. In particular, Chris’s photo of the Xinzele Female in a marula tree was amazing.

Thank you, Barbara. That pic of Chris’s is a stunning shot.

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Love all the pics, leopard photos are always amazing but I think my fav is the fish eagle with the prefect blue sky in the background!

Gosh Sean the summer light and colors are just fabulous and certainly bring so much depth to the stunning photos this week. The Hippos and fish eagle in particular. Superb shots of the Nkoveni females and the Xinzele female 💕. Thank you as always to you and the team 🙏🏻

Thank you so much, Cally. There were some great images portraying the beauty of summer.

Sean, As I gaze at the rhinos caked in mud, I can’t help wondering if early humans may have done the same thing to keep flies, ticks and other bugs off of us, even though we had prehensile thumbs to help ourselves. Maybe we learned it from the other animals, too.
Also, those bright blue skies make me want to come back and see what it’s like at Londolozi when the sun shines and it’s warm. These pictures brighten my day, even though I’m in southern California!

I am pretty sure that early humans must have done something similar. I guess their hair would have protected them to some degree but a little mud bath would also be hugely beneficial.
It would be great for you to return and enjoy the warm bright summers days at Londolozi.

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