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Guestbook for Tom KELLIE
34.Richard(non-registered)
Absolutely gorgeous pen photographs!

Never stop!!!
32.Murli Ranganathan(non-registered)
Dear Tom,
I have known you just for a short while, and that too in our interactions at ST. However, in that short time, i have understood that you are a fine human being with that rare and sensitive insight into all the living beings, nay all life on Earth. Your trip reports are a delight to read, with detail and descriptive photographs. I enjoyed browsing through your website and here is wishing you all the very best in your life.
Would love to meet you if you ever come to this part of the world.
28.Nate Dias(non-registered)
Dear Tom,

I just learned of your photo website - what a wonderful resource. So kind of you to share it with the world!

Take care my friend and enjoy your next Safari!
24.Zhao Zhaoyang(non-registered)
Dear Tom,
I'm Zhao Zhaoyang, a student of the professional vocabulary class. I wonder whether I could get your email address through which I could contact with you. Thank you!
Hope you had a good holiday.
23.Irene Grilo(non-registered)
Dear Tom,
What a delight to read your feelings about your trips to the African Bush, my HOME!
It deeply touched my soul and I so wish that everyone would feel 1/10th of what you do feel and come out so enriched by the experience.
As a forth generation African, I was very privileged in having both Parents who taught me so much about Wildlife, environment and conservation, having taking me to the bush at the age of 2. And it never stopped. The more I learn about it the more I want to learn.
I know I belong there and will end my life there. My soul is there.
I do not consider myself a Wildlife Photographer, but I do photograph. More often than not, after a few shots, I just lay down my cameras and enjoy/seize the moment. It became so much more important than to take back "the" photograph.
If I can be of any assistance, with my deep knowledge of the African continent and as an African Specialist Tour Operator, please, do not hesitate to ask.
It will be a pleasure to give you my best advise.
Wishing you a fabulous trip in July.
With my best wishes and Light,
I am,
Irene Grilo
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