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Kelsey Clark

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Kelsey has many fond memories of family camping trips across South Africa when she was growing up and for her, this sparked a growing love for the wilderness and opportunities to seek new adventures. Although she studied BComm Financial Management and spent five ...

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on Reflecting as the River Rises

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Since I’ve only visited in winter, I have yet to see the river flowing anywhere near this level.

Hopefully you will be able to plan a visit in the summer months one day Vin!

Kelsey the sand river makes so much difference especially when it has rained a lot. Water is the main reason for survival in the bush. There is so much to appreciate with an abundance of water, animals drinking and elephants playing in the water, buffaloes wallowing in the river. The birds too have their own way of making the best of the sand river being it catching fish, insects or just having a splash is always something to enjoy.

I completely agree Valmai, it really does make you stop and appreciate the abundance surrounding you.

I loved this- thank you so much. Is it possible to get copies of some of the photos you used? Thank you for the beautiful reminders of the peace and beauty that is Londolozi

My pleasure Eileen – You will be able to get copies of the photos on the Londolozi Fine Art page:)

Beautiful pictures of the river. How lovely that there will be enough water this year for all the people and animals depending on this river and its confluents.

I’m so glad you enjoyed the pictures Christa – and I’m sure there will be more to come as the water level keeps changing!

These are wonderful images Kelsey that truly represent different sections/crossings and times of the year along the Sand River. It is apparent that you’ve found your special places for meditation and reflection throughout Londolozi.

Thank you Denise – I really do love spending time along the Sand River!

Lovely post and accompanying images Kelsey!

Thank you Paul!

Kelsey, as water is the life blood of all living creatures, your update and comments about the sand river are on target. Loved the pictures of all the animals, birds, and people enjoying the Sand River.

Thank you William, I’m glad you enjoyed all the pictures.

I will never forget the Talamati pride interaction in the river – unbelievable.

Thank you Kelsey
I will definitely look into that. I really appreciate your lovely pictures and comments on reflection and meditation.

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