To give this bull elephant the respect that he deserves and to portray the incredible power, I decided to make this a portrait shot and try ...

To give this bull elephant the respect that he deserves and to portray the incredible power, I decided to make this a portrait shot and try .

This is the unknown 4:4 male seen in the central and western section of Londolozi. Photograph by Trevor Ryan McCall-Peat

This is the unknown male seen in the central and western section of Londolozi. Photograph by Trevor Ryan McCall-Peat

The Open Areas’ resident male cheetah scans the surrounding grasslands from one of his more well-used marula trees. A gentle slope and convenient low fork provide a suitable platform and easy enough climb for this cat who is in no way as adept at tree-climbing as his spotted cousin, the leopard. Photograph by Anthony Goldman

Long-time guest of Londolozi, Tony Goldman, recently submitted a host of stunning images taken on his recent visit.

The contrasting colours of black and white shows off the power of the newly dominant Piva male. ISO 800 F5.6 1/160. Photographed by Trevor Ryan McCall-Peat

The Piva male Leopard @ Londolozi Safari Lodge - Trevor McCall-Peat.

We were watching two yellow billed hornbills soaking up the morning sun when we suddenly heard the distant call of a Leopard. As we approached shingalana dam We came across Camp Pan out on one of his early morning patrols. Canon 500d, F2.8, 1/400, ISO 400

We were watching two yellow billed hornbills soaking up the morning sun when we suddenly heard the distant call of a Leopard. As we approached shingalana dam We came across Camp Pan out on one of his early morning patrols.

The Mashaba Female scans the veld for impala lambs. Photograph by Trevor Ryan McCall-Peat

The Mashaba Female scans the veld for impala lambs. Photograph by Trevor Ryan McCall-Peat

A late afternoon yawn before heading out for the evening hunt. Photograph by Trevor Ryan McCall-Peat

A late afternoon yawn before heading out for the evening hunt. Photograph by Trevor Ryan McCall-Peat

A close up of the Mashaba female shows great detail but also adds emotion to the image, especially converted into black and white. Photograph by Trevor Ryan McCall-Peat

" ~Ralph Waldo Emerson No truer statement could epitomise wildlife photography.


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