Singita Pamushana

Pamushana | October 2012

The Malilangwe Reserve, where Singita Pamushana Lodge is situated, was the location of one of the world’s most revered photographs of 2012. Resident wildlife filmmaker and photographer, Kim Wolhuter, won The Gerald Durrell Award for Endangered Species, in the prestigious Veolia Environment Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. When the photograph was taken, a pack of wild dogs (Lycaon pictus) arrived at Sosigi Pan, to find it achingly dry. In Wolhuter’s words, “The mosaic of mud seemed to epitomise the increasingly fragmented world this puppy is growing up in.” To view the image and find out when the exhibition of winning photographs will take place in cities around the world read this month’s Guides’ Diary.