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  • Boomslang Catches and eats a Weaver Chick

    Boomslang Catches and eats a Weaver Chick

    R1000,00

    Boomslang Catches and eats a Weaver Chick – Sightings like this come almost once in a lifetime. Arboreal snakes such as this Boomslang are perfectly adapted to move into nests designed to keep predators out (such as this poor Village Weaver).

  • Cheetah Coalition Grooming After a Storm

    Cheetah Coalition Grooming After a Storm

    R700,00

    Cheetah Coalition Grooming After a Storm – Other than lions, cheetah are the only other cat that are considered social. When male cheetah are born as siblings to a litter, once they reach sub-adulthood they leave their mother and will form what they call a coalition. They will typically remain together for their whole lives as a brotherhood.

  • Cheetah Cub at Sunset

    Cheetah Cub at Sunset

    R500,00

    Cheetah Cub at Sunset – A real privilege of working in the bush is being able to get close to animals in their natural habitat with the smallest amount of interference.

  • Elephant Drinking During Sunset

    Elephant Drinking During Sunset

    R600,00

    Elephant Drinking During Sunset – African elephants are very reliant on water in order for their digestive system to function correctly. As a result of this, an adult elephant can drink in excess of 100 – 200 liters per day, an extraordinary number, their trunks are also able to hold roughly 10 liters (a rather large sip).

  • Elephants Eye

    Elephant’s Eye

    R700,00
  • giraffe

    Giraffe

    R1200,00

    Stupid Giraffe – One thing that most people expect when a predator is within an area is that most prey species will take off running in the opposite direction. This is typically not true as an unseen predator is far more dangerous than a predator that is in full view of the prey.

  • Herd of Buffalo Coming Down to Drink

    Herd of Buffalo Coming Down to Drink

    R700,00

    Herd of Buffalo Coming Down to Drink – One of my favorite sightings that constantly leaves me in awe is a large herd of buffalo. There is something special about being positioned in the middle of the herd as they amble slowly past you towards water or better feeding grounds.

  • Hippo Swimming During Sunset

    Hippo Swimming During Sunset

    R500,00

    Hippo Swimming During Sunset – One of my favorite memories was capturing this image. Whilst out with a film crew, we decided to capture some B-roll footage for a TV show we were filming, and as the sun began its descent into the horizon we managed to locate a pod of 5 hippos.

  • Leopard Cub Curiosity

    Leopard Cub Curiosity

    R600,00

    Leopard Cub Curiosity – The Kikilezi Female leopard was a true Mala Mala legend. She was exceptionally successful in raising cubs as well as hunting and retaining prime territory. This young female was no different, from a young age, her and her sister were destined for greatness due to their constant awareness and playfulness.

  • Leopard Monitor Lizard

    Leopard Monitor Lizard

    R800,00

    Leopard Monitor Lizard – The Dudley Female is one of the Sabi Sands’ most prominent female leopards purely due to her success rate of rearing cubs to adulthood.

  • Lion Family

    Lion Family

    R800,00

    Lion Family – The Southern Pride of lions was a very successful pride who would dominate the southern parts of Shamwari Private Game Reserve. The adult lionesses were exceptionally good at raising their cubs, and beyond that were very strong hunters.

  • Lion love 2

    Lion Love 2

    R1000,00

    Lion love 2 – This photo is one of the most heart breaking photos I have ever taken due to the back story behind these lions. As many of you know, lions are very social cats. The pride lionesses work together to hunt and protect one another, the larger the pride the better the chances of survival.

  • Lion love 3

    Lion Love 3

    R1000,00

    Lion Love 3 – This photo is one of the most heart breaking photos I have ever taken due to the back story behind these lions. As many of you know, lions are very social cats. The pride lionesses work together to hunt and protect one another, the larger the pride the better the chances of survival.

  • Male Cheetah Looking Over His Shoulder

    Male Cheetah Looking Over His Shoulder (B&W)

    R800,00

    Male Cheetah Looking Over His Shoulder – This young male cheetah posed beautifully for me as I was watching it on a hunt, a blesbok as its target.

  • Male Cheetah Looking Over His Shoulder

    Male Cheetah Looking Over His Shoulder (Colour)

    R800,00

    Male Cheetah Looking Over His Shoulder – This young male cheetah posed beautifully for me as I was watching it on a hunt, a blesbok as its target.

  • Male Leopard on the Riverbank

    Male Leopard on the Riverbank (B&W)

    R1000,00

    The Bicycle Crossing Male Leopard (AKA The Bike) was a dominant force on Mala Mala Game Reserve for well over a decade. Dominating the southern half of the reserve, he was responsible for siring many cubs, many of whom grew up to be themselves dominant forces.