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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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There really are so many great images this week Sean, besides the leopards. But, I am choosing Keagan’s beautiful portrait of the Ntomi male taken on the log, illuminated by those magical light rays. It’s ethereal and tells a story, in my opinion. It edged out the detail shot of Naomi’s paw that was another favorite…..

Thank you so much, Denise. That picture of the Ntomi Male is a fantastic image.

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The denning Nsevu Lionesses are so adorable!

The cubs are so cute.

The black-crowned night heron image turned out well! Also, I had no idea wildebeests started growing horns so young, but I guess it makes sense to have some form of defense as soon as possible.

Thankfully the Night Heron shot did turn out pretty well. It is so fascinating that the young wildebeests start growing their horns from such a young age.

Amazing sunsets, beautiful and gracious leopards, ever so cute (love them!) lion cubs, the great picture of a rare night heron, the giraffes and the beautiful river setting with the hyena crossing- I love all of the photos. Thanks for another week of pictures.

Thank you so much, Christa. I am glad you loved a lot of them.

The male leopard in the tree yawning lets you see his impressive canines. Those marula trees just don’t look right without a leopard in them.

Those two little cubs hugging each other, it keeps me in mind of an old pic of MR T and Kinky Tail Mapogo doing the same. This has got to be my favourite this week.

That is true, the marula trees don’t look good at all unless there is a leopard draped over the branches.

Sean, Beautiful photos across the board! Our favorite this week is your B&W one of the Nkoveni Female. The blurred forground and background created a really unique image!

Thank you so much, Michael and Terri. I am glad you love that pic of the Nkoveni Female.

What a series! Just yummy!!

As always, super photo review. I was flummoxed with the mention of the Stone drift leopard, though. Thanks then for the ability to check the profile to understand her origin. Ntomis’s cousin, yes?

Thank you so much, Willa. Yes, I guess you could call the Stone Drift Female a cousin of the Ntomi Male. Keep an eye out for a blog in the future of the Stone Drift Female.

SO MANY this week!!! At first run it was Kate’s close up on the cutest cubs but then the sunlight over the Ntomi male (my heart) can’t be beat!

Those are two great choices. and too close to choose either of them.

Sean these foto’s are beautiful. Loved the Ntomi male resting on the branch. Secondly the two lion cubs by the sand river. The male giraffe bending down towards the little giraffe is a wonderful foto.

Thank you so much, Valmai. There were some great pictures this week.

That is quite the week! My favourites were the Ntomi male leopard, (the black and white, where he’s going up the tree,) and also the shot with the sun rays in the background was quite magical.

It really was quite the week. Those are two good picks.

Sean, TWIP is full of wonderful pictures. The small lion cubs seen through the tree is great but, my favorite is the leopard on the macula tree branch the the light shinning down from the sky.

Thank you so much, William. That is a magnificent picture taken by Keagan.

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Super photos, as per the norm from my favourite regular blog

Thank you so much, Ian.

The Ntomi Male is beyond handsome. Such a shame he will one day depart Londolozi. Would love to be able to follow his progress.

He really is an impressive young leopard. It will be a pity when he eventually leaves. But, maybe he may stick around and set up territory where we may still be able to view him.

The Ntomi male and the spectacular background for me this week.

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great week in photos

Great shot of the Night Heron!

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