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a week in the bush: vol. 34

Thumbnail image for a week in the bush: vol. 34 by Sabi Sabi January 16, 2015

The African bushveld never ceases to surprise, this week our guests have been treated. Not only the Big Five but lots of the baby Big Five too! As the Marula season has begun, we have been inundated with elephants. From lone bulls, fighting bulls, babies and herds numbering close on 50 on some occasions – […]

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home stretch

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I have been training for the last 9 weeks and I am almost there with only 3 weeks to go. A lot has happened since my last blog and it has been a very festive time of the year. On Christmas Day the lodge ran as per usual but the night before all the rangers, […]

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highlights: december 2014

Thumbnail image for highlights: december 2014 by Sabi Sabi January 13, 2015

This is a collection of images that we feel are highlights of the month of December 2014. Some are amazing pictures and some are rare sightings or even exciting events at the Sabi Sabi lodges. Enjoy our highlights of the month.

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monochrome monday #4

Thumbnail image for monochrome monday #4 by Sabi Sabi January 12, 2015

“When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs. When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silence.” Ansel Adams Welcome to another Monochrome Monday.  This week I have chosen for you a selection of images from some really memorable moments for me, shared with some amazing people.  I have enjoyed reminiscing while reworking […]

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a week in the bush: vol. 33

Thumbnail image for a week in the bush: vol. 33 by Sabi Sabi January 8, 2015

Welcome again to another installment of “A Week in the Bush…” The New Year has most certainly kicked off with a bang and the bush has been producing some spectacular sightings already.  Not even the substantial amount of rainfall we’ve been experiencing has been able to put a damper on the quality of the game […]

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the ultimate leap of leopards

Thumbnail image for the ultimate leap of leopards by Sabi Sabi January 7, 2015

In the natural world power is often conceived to be the most important factor. What determines power? Is it bravery, courage, curiosity, size or are these just all qualities that are needed to work in harmony instead of being just a ‘thing’?! “The encouraging thing is that every time you meet a situation, though you […]

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monochrome monday #3

Thumbnail image for monochrome monday #3 by Sabi Sabi January 5, 2015

“Colour is everything, black and white is more.” Dominic Rouse Last week Mike shared his first Monochrome Monday with us all and left the benchmark high. This week is again my turn and hope that you all enjoy. Wishing you all a safe and healthy 2015 – Happy New Year!!! A young hyena is intrigued […]

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the shadow of little bush camp

Thumbnail image for the shadow of little bush camp by Sabi Sabi December 31, 2014

I arrived back from a well-rested leave on 10 December 2014 and before I knew it I was posted at Little Bush Camp on the 11th December 2014 to shadow Ross Hawkins at Little Bush Camp who is one of the more senior guides working at Sabi Sabi. Little Bush Camp is the smallest lodge […]

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a week in the bush: vol 32

Thumbnail image for a week in the bush: vol 32 by Sabi Sabi December 30, 2014

Welcome to this week’s edition of “A Week in the bush…” This week saw the return of some characters not seen in some time and others that have been absent for only a brief moment.  Nevertheless it has been an exciting week for all of us here at Sabi Sabi and I can’t wait to […]

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monochrome monday #2

Thumbnail image for monochrome monday #2 by Sabi Sabi December 29, 2014

“A great photograph is one that fully expresses what one feels, in the deepest sense, about what is being photographed.” ― Ansel Adams This statement couldn’t be truer, especially in terms of using monochrome as the medium in which to portray the scene.  Last week Lance introduced us to the world of ‘black & white’, […]

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