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20 Feb, 2017

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12 Aug, 2017

A Bit Of Kruger Magic

The Story Of Our Kruger Magic Moment Sitting at home now I am reminded of a recent magic moment in the Kruger National Park. Out on a short photographic trip to Kruger with my brother in law (GB) resulted in a special day with encounters that will remain entrenched in our minds despite it being […]

10 Jun, 2017

A Kruger Grysbok Sighting

An Elusive Antelope I am constantly reminded that any wildlife experience is not always about the so called “big” sightings, small is usually special. The Sharpe’s Grysbok (Raphicerus sharpei) is one such experience, shy and small these antelope are solitary animals except during the mating season when they can be seen in pairs. They are […]

25 Apr, 2017

A Kruger White Lion

My Shishangaan Pride Encounter Ever since the news broke back in July 2014 of a white lion cub spotted on the S100 road in the Kruger National Park I wanted to find and photograph it. Easier said than done, after countless trips to the known pride range and no sightings forthcoming, I was getting desperate. […]

8 Apr, 2017

A Kruger Tsessebe Sighting

Tsessebe (Damaliscus lunatus) This image of a Tsessebe was captured in the northern section of the Kruger National Park South Africa, with a backdrop of autumn Mopani shrub-veld. I just love the shades of the Mopani trees or shrub-veld between July and September in the Kruger National Park and make an effort annually to get […]

3 Mar, 2017

A Kruger Bateleur Sighting

Another Magical Kruger Moment During a recent trip to the Kruger National Park SA Anne and were very fortunate to come across a juvenile and fully grown female Bateleur. We were traveling with friends in two vehicles and I was lagging behind slightly, on rounding a bend we found their vehicle stationary and then noted […]

24 Feb, 2017

A Kruger Leopard Sighting

S26 Bume Road Leopard Every trip to “Kruger” is memorable, on this occasion I will never forget the excited call from my son Lynton… “Leopard”. He was the driver on the day and by the time the rest of the occupants in the vehicle had reacted and focused there was nothing in sight. I saw […]