A few highlights from the first 4 days of the safari trip my dad taking in South Africa (from Phinda): Hugging a 1,000 year old tree (of course I did). Hearing a little lion cub attempting to roar.Seeing wild elephants for the first time and literally loosing my shit (teary eyes is an understatement). The work I do is for the animals: being here has reminded 100 times over how worth it they are. Seriously. Having a ranger who lives life large and who taught me a thing or two, plus could get me to belly laugh at 6 AM. Learning that being a tracker means being one with the earth and it’s truly amazing. Witnessing my dad in pure amazement and joy while we took a tour of the local Zulu community to learn about their culture and traditions. The majority of my photos are my Canon: more to come. 🦒🦓🐆🦏🇿🇦

 A few highlights from the first 4 days of the safari trip my dad taking in South Africa (from Phinda): Hugging a 1,000 year old tree (of course I did). Hearing a little lion cub attempting to roar.Seeing wild elephants for the first time and literally loosing my shit (teary eyes is an understatement). The work I do is for the animals: being here has reminded 100 times over how worth it they are. Seriously. Having a ranger who lives life large and who taught me a thing or two, plus could get me to belly laugh at 6 AM. Learning that being a tracker means being one with the earth and it’s truly amazing. Witnessing my dad in pure amazement and joy while we took a tour of the local Zulu community to learn about their culture and traditions. The majority of my photos are my Canon: more to come. 🦒🦓🐆🦏🇿🇦

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