In today’s blog, long-time repeat guest Tony Goldman once again shares his photographic splendours of the gorgeous feathered friends of Londolozi.
“Growing up in South Africa I was afforded the incredible opportunities to visit the Kruger National Park multiple times as a child. The Kruger Park is a great introduction to many aspects of wildlife as we were not regularly exposed to these while at home. One thing that always stood out to me was the abundance of birdlife that we would see while driving around. Even when there were not many animals to see there would always be birds around that we could look at.
This laid the foundation of my interests in birdlife, which then exploded as we entered the digital photography era. While visiting Londolozi, I was now able to walk around and snap numerous pictures and not worry about running out of film. Nestled within the lush riparian vegetation along the Sand River, the Londolozi camps provide a magnificent setting for some great bird photography where I have so enjoyed walking along the camp pathway during the day, in between the two game drives, in an attempt to take a few pictures.
There is birdlife all around us and while having a closer look you get to see the real beauty in many of them.”
Enjoy this Birding spectacle…