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Student Photo Gallery: South Africa

In addition to its rich cultural history, amazing people, and storied past, South Africa is a destination for professional landscape and wildlife photographers from around the world. ¬†Students from the Spring 2015 Voyage are providing some competition! ¬†See photographs from the¬†MV Explorer’s¬†six day stop in South Africa below:

Ian Squires from James Madison University was able to photograph Cape Town and Table Mountain from Robben Island.
Ian Squires from James Madison University photographed Cape Town and Table Mountain from Robben Island.
Chapman University student Scott Minard visited Boulders Beach to see the African Penguins. "These two penguins played with their reflection in my camera lens for ten minutes."
Chapman University student Scott Minard visited Boulders Beach to see the African Penguins. “These two penguins played with their reflection in my camera lens for ten minutes.”
Chapman University student Meghan Salgado photographed these two female lions during an early morning game drive at Kapama Game Reserve.
Chapman University student Meghan Salgado photographed these two female lions during an early morning game drive at Kapama Game Reserve.
University of Colorado Boulder post grad student Hannah Zdanowitz captured this photo of the clouds rolling over Table Mountain into Cape Town from the summit of Lion's Head.
University of Colorado Boulder post grad student Hannah Zdanowitz captured this photo of the clouds rolling over Table Mountain into Cape Town from the summit of Lion’s Head.
University of Montana Journalism student Olivia Vanni visited the Garden Route Game Reserve and photographed this cheetah named Sasha. Sasha is one of three cheetahs in the park.
University of Montana Journalism student Olivia Vanni visited the Garden Route Game Reserve and photographed this cheetah named Sasha. Sasha is one of three cheetahs in the park.
Amanda Campanaro from New York University traveled to Albertinia for a wildlife safari. She saw many animals including this Kudu on a sunset game drive.
Amanda Campanaro from New York University traveled to Albertinia for a wildlife safari. She saw many animals including this Kudu on a sunset game drive.
Morgan Hofer, a business student from California State University, Chico, captured this giraffe during a sunrise game drive at Kapama Game Reserve.
Morgan Hofer, a business student from California State University, Chico, captured this giraffe during a sunrise game drive at Kapama Game Reserve.
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