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THE MOBILE HIDE AT ZAKOUMA
Posted 2017/07/10 07:55:30 AM by Kyle

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A JOURNEY INTO THE LUANGWA VALLEY
Posted 2017/06/30 12:43:49 PM by Kyle

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AN EXPEDITION TO ZAKOUMA
Posted 2017/03/28 12:24:18 PM by Kyle

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Private Photo Safari at Mashatu with Ruth
Posted 2017/07/10 07:27:53 AM by Ruth

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South Luangwa Lion Hunt
Posted 2017/06/30 12:42:09 PM by Ruth

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C4 Photo Safaris August Mashatu Workshop
Posted 2017/03/25 12:00:28 PM by Ruth

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April Photo Workshops
Posted 2016/09/07 01:09:26 PM by Ruth

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A Morning on The C4 Photo Vehicle
Posted 2016/09/07 01:06:29 PM by Ruth

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March Photo Workshop
Posted 2016/08/23 05:02:38 PM by Ruth

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Anticipation of Leopard Cubs
Posted 2016/05/03 09:10:53 AM by Ruth

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The Photo Vehicle Experience
Posted 2016/04/16 06:19:30 PM by Ruth

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Mashatus Secret Season
Posted 2016/03/24 09:49:45 AM by Ruth

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November Photo Workshop
Posted 2016/03/03 02:50:18 PM by Ruth

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November, transition of season
Posted 2016/02/20 11:19:53 AM by Ruth

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First day back in hiding
Posted 2016/02/02 12:21:17 PM by Ruth

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Zakuoma Photo Safari
Posted 2015/11/20 12:13:28 PM by Ruth

In the African country of Chad lies Zakouma National Park (ZNP). Over 350 000ha of untamed, untraveled, unfenced and untouched wilderness is what makes Zakouma the perfect destination for the adventure photographer. Here birds exist in flocks of thousands, buffal antelope and elephant move in herds of hundreds and lionís roam.

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The Bee Eaters of Mashatu
Posted 2015/11/04 10:16:24 AM by Ruth

If you have been so lucky to have visited Mashatu Game Reserve, Iím certain the aesthetic beauty of one particular bird stood out whilst driving (walking, or cycling for that matter) through the wilderness.

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The Mashatu Green Season
Posted 2015/11/11 02:36:22 PM by Ruth

A very special transformation happens at Mashatu Game Reserve during the month of January. After the first big rains have fallen in November and December the open plains of the reserve become laden with a carpet of green flowers, Mopaneís sprout their new florescent green leaves and the once dry river beds transform into a playground for elephants and birds.

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