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Sean Zeederberg

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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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Amazing photographs.

Sean, Thanks for the reminder of all the “little” things that are happening around us while at Londolozi! The Macro images are unbelievable and you and the team should be very proud of the spectacular shots you got. We added a couple to our favorites library. You should also get a “bravery badge” for putting yourself in harm’s way with the bees – surprised that you didn’t get stung!

All the little things are so fascinating and I love slowing things down and taking a closer look. The bees had other things on their minds and did not even bother with us.

What a fantastic safari in itself

Thank you so much, Ellen. It certainly could be a safari in itself.

Aloe or the land of birds and insects! These wonderful plants are worldwide sought after for their healing abilities and beauty. But not really by humans only. An explosion of life and colours, I particularly loved all the details of insects

Aloes are magnificent plants and they have some incredible properties.

Oh wow ! Those pictures are incredible!! Proof that if we live in the “now” incredible things are unfolding all around.

Thank you so much, Kara. This is very true.

❤️❤️❤️this blog including your amazing images. The bee shot, opening this blog is superb! I also photograph bees that are attracted to my lavender bush and sunflower. Perhaps I’ll share my nature pics!😎

Thank you so much, Denise. It was such fun changing it up a bit and looking for the small things to photograph.

Beautiful flowers, pretty birds and lovely to see the bees and other insects enjoying the fruits of Mother Nature. Thanks Sean – enjoyed the blog.

Thank you so much, Leonie.

Hi Sean your foto’s are absolutely stunning. Your patience and endurance really payed off. Not to talk about you lying on the ground taking foto’s of the bees and showing us their legs filled with pollen in the basket,first time I have heard or seen that. The sugar birds with their amazing colours are so beautiful. You have put forward an amazing story on the Aloes and all the birds and insects that benefit from them.

Thank you so much, Valmai. I am glad I could show you something new with these photos.

These photos are just amazing. I love the sunbirds, they are so colorful and pretty.
And all your photos of the bees are wonderful.
The yellow butterfly could indeed be part of the flowers.

Thank you so much, Christa. I also love the sunbirds.

Wow Sean, amazing pictures today. Without the bees, dragonflies , etc. our environment would not exist. Thanks you for taking the time to capture even the smallest of our wonderful planet. Also, really enjoyed the birds.

Thank you so much, Wiliam. I really enjoyed the process of capturing everything so we all win at the end of the day.

I LOVED this post! The sunbirds are amazing. And I never knew how bees collected pollen so thank you for that. Wonderful photos!

The sunbirds are really incredible. And bees are such phenomenal creatures.

Master Tracker

super photos, there is part of me wants to dedicate a trip to Africa and instead of the big beasts , photograph the proteas and sunbirds …

Thank you so much, Ian. That would be an amazing trip. There is so much beauty in the smaller things.

Some of the best photos ever!

Thank you so much, Linda.

Fantastic photography!

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