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Ntomi 3:3 Male

Ntomi 3:3 Male

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Three Rivers 2:2 Female

Three Rivers 2:2 Female

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Nhlanguleni 3:2 Female

Nhlanguleni 3:2 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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Senior Digital Ranger

Excellent shots. Especially the first one of the Ximungwe Young Male is stunning!

Agree with you about the photo opportunities multiple visits provide. Nice job!

Wonderful images!

Wonderful pictures capturing your Londolozi experience. Thanks you Tony for sharing.

So many of the photos in my favorites gallery are your shots. Thanks for sharing them.

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Gorgeous photos! Such a unique and creative eye. Thank you for sharing.

Tony what stunning foto’s you took. Loved the Ximungwe male leopard fotos, he is such a beautiful leopard and I agree with you Tony they are the most stunning cats of all. Gorgeous little cubs of the Nhlanguleni female. Fantastic foto of cheeky little elephant. Thanks for sharing.

Stunning photographs. I am filled with admiration for the photographer.

Thanks for sharing your wonderful photos Tony! I’m amazed by the color and patterns on that grasshopper.

Wonderful photos

Absolutely amazing photos! Love the Three Rivers Female walking towards the vehicle. Such a fabulous shot. Warthogs! Don’t you just love them? Some people say they are ugly but I find them comical and so interesting. The shot of the zebra was a fitting final photo to this blog, signalling the end of the blog however the backward glance seems to indicate there is more to come.

Really good pics, ard to pick a favourite, but love the baby ellie one – they totally melt my heart. Thanks for sharing – enjoyed this blog very much.

Hello Tony,
Beautiful photos! All of them!
The photo of the Nhlanguleni cubs in the tree was wonderful and so was the photo of the Vervet monkeys! Thank you for sharing!

Spectacular photos Tony and I’m in total agreement with you about the viewing opportunities within Londolozi, especially the predators. A technical question for you: are you shooting in total manual or manual with auto ISO? Thanks.

Thanks very much,Denise -for animals not moving I use Aperture priority and auto iso. For predicted animals in motion and particularly birds in flight I use manual with auto iso.I rarely use total manual but do when panning with slow shutter speeds!

Beautiful photos!

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Fantastic photos Dr. Goldman.. Thank you for be so generous and sharing them all with us.

Another fantastic collection. I especially loved the intricacies of the grasshopper, and the vervet monkey.

I love the warthog portrait you captured. Really accentuates that unique profile- and on quite a specimen! Fantastic pictures all around.

Thanks very much everyone for the truly wonderful comments and hope to back at Londolozi soon !!

Tony, Once again, you blow our minds with your spectacular images! We love the way you find such interesting angles to get the wildlife at its best! Hope to see you sometime in Sarasota!

Thanks,Michael and Terri for the kind words .

Tony Goldman always has fantastic photos!

Thanks,Lisa 🙂

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