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Senegal Bush 3:3 Male

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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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on The Week in Pictures #572

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Babs Putar
Explorer

Once again very beautiful photographs. Unusual and striking is the photo of the African Blood Lily which I have never seen before. It’s just too difficult to choose one as they are all beautiful and striking.

Denise Vouri
Guest contributor

You’ve provided us with a diversified collection of flora and fauna this week, each one special in its own way. After looking through the collection a couple of times, my choice this week is Kyle’s Senegal Bush male, for those intense eyes. Thanx to everyone for submitting their photos, and it was great to see the new zebra foals.

Francesca Doria
Master Tracker

Hi, I adore the zebra foal with his mum! But if I have to choose, the African lily is absolutely stunning, flowers are rarely published due to their short time of blooming, so this is a rarity. As a technical photo the Senegal Bush male is unrivalled. Leopards have no competitors as far as expression is concerned. Furthermore they are pure beauty. The three River female is often a top model too. I also loved the nyala bull picture

Gawie Jordaan
Digital Tracker

Sean, I have three photos this week. The Blood Lilly (I recall this is highly poisonous?), the morning glory & the little pigmentation specialist!

Ian McLaren
Explorer

All very good photographs Sean. Well done. My favourite is the Chameleon. Not often seen. We used to keep them as pets when I was growing up in Felixton, Zululand in the early 50’s.

Willa Stanger
Senior Digital Ranger

The chameleon and Blood Lily photos tie for my favorites this week.

Christa Blessing
Master Tracker

Thanks for the fantastic photos. I think I like the two photos of the wild dogs playing best, though all the others are also so fantastic! This red lily is a stunner. And it is good to know that the rain has turned everything in a green paradise.

Michel Beni
Guest contributor

Beautiful image of the African Blood Lily. Since we have only visited in winter we miss seeing some of the splendid flowers on site.

Sandra Scott
Explorer

Zebras are my favorite animal. The zebra foal is adorable! All the other pictures are excellent as well.

William Paynter
Master Tracker

Sean, TWIP’s is beautiful as always. Beautiful pictures of the breadth of life at Londolozi. My favorite picture this week is the Senegal Bush Male at night. What an intense stare!

Darlene Knott
Master Tracker

Terrific TWIP! Loved the leopard photos! The photo of the Thamba male looking up, the one of the Senegal Bush male’s beautiful eyes, but always for me, the Three Rivers female keeping a watch from the tree has to be the winner this week. She is beauty personified!

Suzanne Gibson
Guest contributor

Hard to choose, but my vote this week goes to Keagan’s 1st photo of the Senegal Bush male in the tree with his impala kill.
It was good to see Chris’ image of the Thamba male – I saw him in October 2018 when he was young and nomadic, but he must have been over 2 by then. I think he came from Ottawa?

Lisa Antell
Master Tracker

Thamba is a son of Thandi and Tingana, and a grandson of Karula. He is now 6.5 years old.

Cally Staniland
Master Tracker

Fabulous Sean and team !!! the Thamba male was tops for me, though as always it was pretty difficult to pick a winner with so many beautiful photographs 👌🏻❤️

Doug Hammerich
Digital Tracker

I’m constantly amazed at the skill and perseverance of the weaver birds. Thank you for a really diverse TWIP this week!

Anita Santoro
Senior Digital Ranger

Kyle’s baby zebra gets my vote this week! Hands down! Thank you for all of them tho!

Ian Hall
Master Tracker

I think you kept the best picture almost until last. I loved the flower photographs , one day perhaps I will do a trip to SA just to photograph the wonderful flowers at this time of year.
And a sunbird or two

Chelsea Allard
Master Tracker

I loved the chameleon this week. We don’t often see images of them mid-outfit change. 😉 The blood lily was also spectacular.

Camille Koertner
Senior Digital Ranger

Well this is definitely a first! I cannot select one best photo. The entire grouping is amazing…each individual photo can stand alone. I see in reading the comments that I am in good company on this thought. Thanks for another amazing week in Pics!!!

Kara Taylor
Master Tracker

Those Zebra foals are precious. I loved the shot of the Senegal bush male at night. So dramatic. The chameleon as well – I could easily devour an entire picture book on them they are amazing.

Lisa Antell
Master Tracker

Great photos as always……but the one of Thamba….just WOW!! He is so gorgeous and so fabulous and hopefully will sire many many cubs during his life. Continuing the extraordinary Karula lineage…..as is his older 1/2 uncle, Senegal Bush Male (Kunyuma)!

Valmai Vorster
Master Tracker

Such stunning foto’s this week Sean. I have chosen the Zebra foal as my favorite this week. They have the cutest face and look as if they can get up to mischief. The Thamba male leopard is a leopard that I am not familiar with.

Sally Stevens-Taylor
Digital Ranger

The photo of the Senegal Bush male is stunning! Well done!

Michael and Terri Klauber
Guest contributor

Sean, Great to see the Thamba male! Wondering if he will move more into Londolozi territory! The chameleon is great, but our favorite this week is the Weaver! Beautiful colors!!

Paul Canales
Master Tracker

Beautiful array of images and moments Sean! Bravo!!

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