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Megan Kane-Berman

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Megan grew up at Londolozi, where her love for nature blossomed. With a degree in Visual Studies and Social Media Marketing, her journey came full circle when she joined the dynamic Londolozi Creative Hub, where her love for nature and visuals finds its ...

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on Londolozi Game Reserve: A Living Art Gallery

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Megan, Thanks so much for sharing your special gallery! There is no doubt that you have a fabulous color palette to work from for your art!

You’re very welcome Michael and Terri – I’m thrilled you enjoyed the gallery!

A “living art gallery” – yes, that sums up Londolozi perfectly. Thank you Megan for putting together such a range of exquisite images – it must have been very hard to choose from the thousands and thousands taken over the years.
2 weeks today I’ll be on my way back to my favourite art gallery…I can’t wait!

You’re very welcome, Suzanne! We’re thrilled to welcome you back to Londolozi! Wishing you a truly magical trip.

Megan, the colors of our world are absolutely stunning no more so than at Londolozi. The pictures you sent today are just beautiful. Thank you for sharing!

Thank you so much for your kind words, William. It’s my pleasure to share the beauty of this incredible place!

A wonderful selection of photos showing nature in all its magical colours and textures and compositions. Thank you.

I’m thrilled you enjoyed the selection of photos, Gay. Nature’s magical colours, textures, and compositions truly make it a captivating subject.

Megan it certainly is a tapestry, and array of beautiful colours all showcasing their splendid attire. Just looking at the sky for example from moring till evening, what different colours it brings to us. Also the different colour of greens that present themselves all over Londolozi. The animals and birds have stunning colours to show off and be much appreciated by us. You have achieved great ambitions in the Creative Hub at Londolozi. Your images are absolutely stunning.

Thank you for your kind words, Valmai!

Megan, your story this morning brought back such special memories from my times spent in Londolozi. Your accompanying images added a special touch, truly highlighting, the varying colors of the day, the the textures seen on the trunks of trees, especially the Deadwood’s as well as the striations seen in the tusks and horns of elephants and rhinos, after taking in their beautifully wrinkled skin.
I’ve found that sometimes however, the photos I’ve taken, whilst well exposed and focused perfectly, somehow lose just a touch of what I saw in that actual moment. Consequently, I’ve come to the conclusion that the pictures I hold the most dear, those that occupy a special section in my memory bank, are those that never hit my camera sensor. When I’m missing the peacefulness and friendships I’ve made at Londolozi, I can conjure up the scent of the early morning dew in the grasses and feel the warmth of the sun as it rises up over the Sand River in the middle of Finfoot Crossing. Each day exploring this wonderful reserve does provide a Living Art Gallery that one can enjoy anyplace, anytime.

Thank you for sharing such heartfelt memories of Londolozi, Denise. I’m touched that the story and images brought back special moments for you.

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Such a gorgeous post and treat for the eyes. Thank you for slowing us down to look at how the lighting and the tremendous color display are such a pleasure to the senses. I was mesmerized by most of them but stunned by the perfect dark blue outline of the lilac-breasted roller. 🙏🏿

Thank you, Johanna! I’m delighted that you enjoyed the post, and I share your admiration for the image of the lilac-breasted roller.

Fascinating and so beautiful pictures. Thanks for this art gallery.

You’re very welcome, Christa. I’m so glad you enjoyed it.

Megan, you are absolutely right–Londolozi is a living breathing work of art at every turn.

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