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Kyle Gordon


Kyle was born and raised in the Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe. His childhood was spent scurrying barefooted along the banks of various rivers and dams, fishing rod ever-in-hand, enjoying the beauty and freedom of outdoors. Kyle obtained a degree in construction from UCT ...

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Christa Blessing
Master Tracker

Fantastic photos, Kyle.
I love the light in these pictures. Amazing: your bird pictures and all the others as well.

Michael Kalm
Guest contributor

That butterfly is a pip all right! -which explains the “one pip” but Policeman? Where does that come from?

Kay Cook

Fabulous pictures Kyle. The kingfisher shot-wow!!

Paul Canales
Master Tracker

Terrific week in pictures Kyle! So much amazing variety that it makes it impossible to choose a favorite! I love the images of some of the lesser photographed animals, like the jackal, the hornbill and the one-eyed owl, and I don’t know that I’ve ever seen an image of the policeman before! All so wonderful, and much gratitude!!

William Paynter
Master Tracker

Kyle, thanks for twip pictures. My favorite is the one-pip policeman. It is rare to get insects to pose in full view.

Denise Vouri
Guest contributor

Terrific TWIP Kyle. All of your images are classic but my favorite is your zebra reflection. That is a stunning shot, especially because the water is almost perfectly still.

Anita Santoro
Senior Digital Ranger

Is that owl really one-eyed?! The lioness in the sunlight is my fave this week…and the baby ellie next! But a fantastic week all around 🙂

Lauren Hunt

Great photos Kyle! Would you know if the young Talamati male been seen with the pride lately or has been spending more time on his own? Thanks!

Willa Stanger
Senior Digital Ranger

Ground hornbill photo is poetic. And I’m a sucker for causeway pix so the kingfisher is a close second.

Valmai Vorster
Master Tracker

Kyle your foto of the Kingfisher eating is absolutely stunning and my favorite this week. Loved the owl and stripped jackal. Beautiful images this week thanks Kyle.

Bob and Lucie Fjeldstad
Guest contributor

All great shots especially the reflections but my fav is the hornbill in full flight. Do you remember the lens length & camera settings?

Ann Marie

So many awesome captures, Kyle. I think I like the hornbill – the timing was quite good to catch it with its wings outstretched in flight. Well done.

Carly M
Digital Tracker

The lioness on the branch is exquisite, but I also really love the butterfly and the zebra drinking ❤️👌🏻.

Michael and Terri Klauber
Guest contributor

Kyle, The images this week are fabulous! The Zebra reflection, the Southern Ground Hornbill in full flight, and the Giant Kingfisher are all amazing. The Talamati lioness in the golden light is our favorite!

Chelsea Allard
Master Tracker

I loved the kingfisher toss especially this week, but there was great variety with lots of dreamy lighting. 💛

Tony McCutcheon

The Talamati Breakaway girl on the fallen Marula looks great, but the kingfisher with it’s catch has to be my favourite this week.

Can’t wait to see what happens with the Black Dam Males and the Ndhzenga Males. I’m also hearing of a new coalition of 5 or 6 called the Nkhulus in and around Lion Sands. Looks like it’s going to be a very interesting year.

Jane Retief Thomson
Digital Ranger

Splendid TWIP Kyle, simply cannot choose a favourite. Fascinated to see the lion dynamics unfold with the Black Dam males. Love all your bird shots. Thank you for sharing another wonderful, incredible week.

Mary Williams
Digital Ranger

My favorite first: I thought the splashing elephant, then I saw the picture of the Giant Kingfisher. It’s a tie! Wait, the picture of the Southern Ground Hornbill in flight is awesome! Can I have a 3 way tie?

Matthew Markgraaff

Awesome photos, Kyle!

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