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Megan Kane-Berman

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Megan grew up at Londolozi and has been passionate about nature since a young age. Her path led her to a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Studies and Social Media Marketing. This journey came full circle when she joined the dynamic Londolozi Creative ...

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on My Walk Through Londolozi: A Collection of Birds, Aloes and Insects

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Thanks for the leisurely stroll thru Londolozi from afar! Love the colors, aloes, and smaller creatures!!

So glad you enjoyed the blog, Camille!

Love the beautiful aloes at the car park at Founders Camp!

I agree with you Vin, those aloes are spectacular!

Hello Megan, Beautiful pictures! I agree with you, it is importent to open ones eyes to the beauty around us… Importent point that you have lifted!
Thank you for sharing!

Hello Anne, Thank you very much. I’m so glad you enjoyed the message behind this blog.

Megan, thanks for sharing your beautiful walk.

Such a pleasure William, I’m glad you enjoyed it.

Such beautiful photos! Thanks for sharing.
I can imagine that growing up at Londolozi must be a bit like a fairy tale with only good fairies…

Thank you Christa, It truly has been a magical experience growing up at Londolozi.

Stunning images, Megan! I’ve never managed to be there when the aloes bloom – they’re gorgeous and you’ve captured them beautifully. And how did you get that guinea fowl to stay still long enough for a shot?!

Thank you so much Mary Beth, hopefully you’ll be able to experience the aloe bloom at Londolozi sometime soon! I got extremely lucky with that guineafowl shot, snapped the picture just at the right moment.

Beautiful photos Megan accompanied by good commentary. Next time I’m there I’ll have to take a walk about with my camera and see what discoveries I can make.

Thank you Denise, I’m looking forward to seeing what photos you capture on your walk!

Hi Megan, I think the same every time I walk in nature… blooming aloes are so striking, many people want them in European countries but they will never be such a view as in their homeland! Butterflies, bees and birds are the perfect match for such generous plants in a concert of colours. A very lovely blog very appreciated!

Hi Francesca, I’m so glad you enjoyed the blog. The colours during the aloe bloom are truly spectacular!

How lucky are you Megan to grow up in a place so rich in beauty and wildlife. The colours of the aloes are so vibrant and provide such a rich source of nectar and pollen for insects and birds. I loved all your photographs but particularly the shot of the helmeted guineafowl.

Hi Jennifer, I’m so glad you enjoyed the photographs. The Helmeted guineafowl is such a uniquely beautiful bird.

Megan, How special that you have been so lucky to grow up at Londolozi and be surrounded by such beauty and guided by such passionate family members and your “Londolozi family”! We are super impressed by your beautiful images and look forward to seeing more and meeting you on our next vist!

Thank you so much Michael and Terri, I feel so lucky to be part of the Londolozi family. I’m looking forward to meeting you both on your next visit!

The collard sunbird shows off their beautiful array of colours. Your foto’s are beautiful and the different colours are astounding Megan. You are so privileged to be able to see this beauty everyday.

Thank you so much Valmai, it is truly a privilege to live at Londolozi.

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