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Patrick Grealy


Patrick was born and raised in Johannesburg and from a young age dreamt about living in the bush. He grew up going on family holidays to Madikwe in the North West where his passion grew. After high school Patrick went to the Eastern ...

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Carrying on from your previous post, I’m choosing your images of Nkoveni and her precious cubs as well as Ximungwe and her two cubs. The viewing is definitely phenomenal right now and I only wish I was returning sooner rather than later (October). I also found your closeup of the Btsevu make equally stunning. Thanks for your fabulous TWIP!!

Fab TWIP, Patrick. My favourites have to be the cubs of Nkoveni and Ximungwe, can’t pick just one.

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Nkoveni and her cubs are my favorites.

Patrick, Your images this week are amazing! We’ve added a few to our favorites library. Our favorite this week is the close-up of the Ntsevu Male and our second place goes to the close-up of Ximungwe Female’s cub in the tree!

What a week! Thank you for your spectacular pictures and wonderful commentary

As always… new cubs just melt my heart! What great photos… another of my favorite is of the
Ntsevu Males… the lighting in the photo is just beautiful! Thank you for another great week!

The pic w/ the hyena and the vultures is stuff of nightmares! Such an interesting shot with the white teeth in the middle of the feathers! The contrast of colors in almost all the shots this week are stunning. The Martial Eagle looks bad a**!! But fave (besides the leopard cubs of course!) is the black and white of Ximungwe Female. So elegant!

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There are some seriously good photos here.

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Oh Patrick my favorite this week is forsure Nkoveni female and her 3 cubs. Secondly Ximungwe females two cubs playing on tree stumble. The image of the Kambula cubs on the airstrip is so cute with the middle cubs one paw curled in. I must say the Ntsevu males are stunning males. So many images to choose from Patrick, your selection of images in this week’s TWIP is phenomenal.

Counting down the days until my return in early November. Londolozi fills my soul… thank you for the beautiful TWIP!

Of course, Nkoveni and her cubs are #1, but I also like the shot of the 2 Ntsevu males in the golden light – impressive guys!

Pat incredible photos of the obvious and non obvious. Regards

Patrick, many wonderful pictures this week. My favorite is the Nkoveni female with her three cubs. More just a special event than the picture being unique. Thanks for sharing.

Great TWIP Patrick!! The shots of the Nkoveni and Ximungwe Females with their cubs are amazing, and solo shot of the Ximungwe Female is simple stunning and regal! But there is something about the opening image of the two that seems to capture the wild spirit of the bush for me this week!!

Amazing photography Pat. My guests love your booming voice. keep up the incredible photos and thanks for all your help out in the field.

Thanks, Patrick, for another week of phenomenal pictures. I love all of them. The otter is so rare that I declare it my favourite this week. However, the leopard cubs are just adorable.

Needless to say that the leopards with the cubs are nr1, they also symbolise the spirit of new life and Easter. The otter are a fantastic view. The elephant bull is something to keep in mind and all big cats are superb. The Thumbela female has a special look. Termites news are always welcome

Three leopard cubs is a treat! But the stare of the Martial Eagle that is incredible!

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