Wildlife | October 2012

The re-acquaintance of an old friend

During my time as a guide working at Singita Kruger National Park, I spent many long hours with the Xinkelegane female. She was one of the most relaxed and therefore…
General | October 2012

Shooting in Monochrome – Lion Grimace

The first thing that stood out for me was the clean background and the fact that this image was out of focus delivering more impact on the subject in focus.…
General | October 2012

The N’wanetsi

James Suter exploring Singita Kruger National Park. I awoke early the first morning, packed the vehicle, gulped down some coffee and headed for the African bush. The flooding has been…
Wildlife | October 2012

Shooting in Monochrome

Marlon du Toit thrives on adventure and has a deep connection with Africa and its beauty. Growing up near the Kruger National Park he was immersed in nature from a young…
Wildlife | September 2012

Singita Kruger National Park

It was an extraordinary feeling walking along the wooden boardwalk as I arrived at Singita Lebombo Lodge, set against the majestic Lebombo Mountains in the heart of Kruger National Park.…
Wildlife | September 2012

Wonders of the Bush

One needs to be careful not to get too caught up in chasing down the big five; this can be both frustrating and very time consuming.  Take time, stop, and…
Wildlife | August 2012

Seeing Spots

There is nothing so remarkable as arriving at the Singita Sabi Sand and encountering a leopard on the first night.  This was the case during my recent visit.  It had…
Wildlife | August 2012

The Shumungu Pride

While driving along the Sand River, I overheard via my radio, a conversation between two guides. They were referring to a lioness that had put her life on the line…
Wildlife | August 2012

The Coalition

I had heard many stories about a new coalition of male lions that had now made their presence felt on the Singita Sabi Sand property. They had already killed one…