Have just had a great Kgalagadi burger and fries on arrival in the Kgalgadi Transfrontier Park...
Spending the next six days with the legendary wildlife photographer - Hannes Lochner ....
It seems like he is ready to jump ship from NIKON and start using proper photographic equipment 😉
I guess that I am going to fight him to keep my SONY toys!.... But I carry two SONY A9's , so he will have a chance to use one of my babies... !🤨
OK, so now I get to sit and play with cameras while Hannes does the driving....I am truly privileged..
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MALAMALA TODAY: October 17th&18th. Back-to-back MalaMala 7 days with multiple sightings of the Big 5, cheetah and Cape hunting dogs. Cheetah: The mother and 2 cubs were viewed on both days and they treated us to a spectacular high speed take down of an impala ram near our airstrip. Cape hunting dogs: The pack of 6 adults and 5 pups were seen at their den on both days. Leopards: The Piccadilly female and her cub finished off their impala kill near Bicycle Crossing. The Senegal Bush male was in front of Sable Camp. The Accipiter male was found along the northern bank of the Ngoboswaan Donga- he has sustained an injury to his right eye. The cub of the Tamboti female was seen on our airstrip. The Three Rivers female was north of Rattray’s Camp. The Island female had an impala kill on the eastern bank of the Sand River south of West Street Bridge. The Nweti male and Ntsumi female were mating at Charleston North Crossing. Lions: All 6 lionesses from the Kambula pride, 9 cubs and 2 Gowrie males were viewed on Wednesday. One of the Eyrefield lionesses has a waterbuck kill near Flat Rocks. Many elephant and buffalo sightings were also recorded. Photo by ranger Cameron Inggs @cameroninggs #malamalagamereserve#itsallaboutthewildlife#safari#photosafari#bucketlist#meetsouthafrica#naturephotography#wildlife#wildifephotography#travel#africa#southafrica