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Ntomi 3:3 Male

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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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on Lions, Leopards, and Giraffes in One Epic Afternoon- Virtual Safari #185

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What an afternoon you had! Thank you Sean for my Sunday treat.

It really was an amazing afternoon and I am glad you enjoyed it.

This was really a fantastic afternoon. Wonderful video!

Thanks so much, Christa. It was such a splendid afternoon.

Fantastic lighting on those two lions Sean. Your photography is exceptionally good. Well let’s hope we can see some lion cubs soon, as we saw them mating. So glad Ntomi male ran away when he spotted the male lion, we don’t want any confrontation between them. Giraffe’s where so relaxed as well before the lioness chased them.

Thank you so much, Valmai. The lighting was amazing and so we were treated to a stunning scene. Hopefully, there will be a few cubs in the near future.

What a bonus Sean to see these three in one afternoon. That view from your vantage point on the airstrip of the lions mating was unbelievable! And then the view of each of them walking away after mating is every photographer’s dream for not only the angle, but also the late afternoon light. I was intrigued by Ntomi’s boldness, assuming he knew the Ndzenga lion was in the area, by walking through the clearing. But to add a bit of levity to the moment, you have the Ndzenga male announcing his presence as he was searching for the elusive leopard. Terrific video!

It was such a spectacular afternoon in all aspects. From the lions themselves, to the angle, to the lighting, and then them moving around and bumping into the Ntomi Male. At the end he was confident because the Ndzhenga Male had moved on and was calling in the distance allowing the Ntomi Male to relax a little.

How lucky the Londolozi guests are to be able to see these beautiful and majestic animals in person.
These virtual safaris are the next best thing.

Thank you so much, Mary. I guess if you can’t be here then it is certainly the next best thing.

Spectacular afternoon enhanced by the cooperative subjects and the favorable lighting. I always enjoy the variety of encounters on/around the airstrip

I will simply say thank you Sean. The video was wonderful.

Thank you, William. I am glad you enjoyed it.

Sean, What an amazing sighting! Incredible close-ups from the perfect angle – plus fantastic lighting!

It really was an amazing sighting.

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