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World Lion Day in Celebration of a languid, lithe and lovely beast.

Musings on the languid, lithe and lovely beast that we call ‘Lion’ … Panthera leo, creature of fable and bible, myth and immediate powerful reality. My immediate and powerful reality. Here below is my sketch in honour of the great … Continue reading

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Going Wild in Mana Pools!

Going Wild in Mana Pools! My mind drifts Mana Pools…where we recently shared a Safari with various dear friends, including ¬†Gwen Wawn, and travellers extradordinaire Brian and Dee Keating, of Going Wild, Canada. All around our Mucheni 2 camp, gentle … Continue reading

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