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Marius does it AGAIN!!!!

Posted on February 5, 2009

I have been meaning to post an article here for sometime and unfortunately it got put on the “back burner” for a while.

Marius’s dedication and talent as a Ranger and Photographer is unquestioned and I have had the privileged of watching him grow these talents here over the last 5 years.

I have to congratulate him on his most recent achievement, and it is a BIG ONE. In the February’s issue of Africa Geographic, Marius has a five page expose on his incredible pictures of Leopards published, we are proud and so should you be.

http://www.africageographic.com/magazines/africa-geographic/index.asp

Exactly half the 22 years I have spent in the Game Lodge business have been at Leopard Hills, and I have been fortunate to work with many talented people over this time period. This is a prime example of someone who uses this talent to its maximum, and not only are the rewards you are deriving important, they are deserved.

You have the world at you feet, grip it with both hands.

Well done.

Marius

17 thoughts on “Marius does it AGAIN!!!!

  1. Marius, we are incredibly proud of your achievement and it is awesome to have your on our team!!!! May this just be the beginning – let it be NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC next.

  2. Marius,
    I think you should put together a collection of "our" leopards featuring the queen of them all – Makwela. You understand these babies and get their best sides.

  3. I look forward to reading Marius’s article. The last photo display was wonderful and I have a personalized copy. See you in September

  4. I look forward to reading Marius’s article. The last photo display was wonderful and I have a personalized copy. See you in September

  5. Congratulations once again Marius!!!!!
    Just ordered my copy. Can’t wait to see the whole article.
    Take care and say Hi to Vanessa.
    Chris from California

  6. Sand river lions.

    In the past we have always been given a chance to intervene and utilize all resources available to us, to get the Pride back into the Reserve

    Unfortunaly not this pride. (The sand river)

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