Thursday, 10 July 2008

I dreamt of Africa

A journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step, for me, that journey may have been started by the pull of ancestral memory. I recently bounced off the road of suburban South Africa down a mostly dusty track that led me to the beauty that is Djuma (the home of WildEarth) in the Sabi Sands, South Africa.
There is enormous conservation value in working with everyone at WildEarth, in the two days I have been here it's common to feel as though you're at the mercy of the animals: they appear when they feel like it and do interesting things (such as mate, kill and sometimes nothing) only when it suits them. But it comes as no surprise to be kept from my room by what I thought was, a leopard in the camp. WE hope that you have enjoyed the wildlife visuals we have been streaming to you as we have enjoyed bringing them to you … wherever you are in the world. Its in our nature …
words by Motheo Seleke

4 comments:

BLTLADY said...

I would like to welcome you to WildEarth and look forward to seeing what you have to offer all of us all around the world.

Eleanor, NYC said...

Welcome!

One thing I know about you already is that you write beautifully!

Sueso said...

WELCOME Motheo!!! Hope you really enjoy your time there at WildEarth.

Anonymous said...

Welcome Matheo I look forward to seeing what you have to offer and what more excitement you can bring to us. - An aussie with a passion for all things african