This week’s challenge had me for a bit,
but then I knew exactly which photo to post.
Taken at Kwa Maritane, Pilanesberg, South Africa
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14 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Two Subjects”
He is a good ol’ boy. I wonder how old he is? That is a great capture – the curves of his head and ears reflect the curve of the tree trunk – the strong horizontal lines of his trunk, and the ripples of the ear. Nicely done!
he seems to be tired – or drunk?
Oh my gosh…how perfect..there is a program on tonight here in the states about an effort to try to work with African elephants who have been traumatized by war and loss of their family members…I am looking forward to it…Michelle
Michelle I have a passionate love for elephants. I’ve had the joy of communing with them a few times! Their eyes show their depth of understanding, intelligence and compassion. This owild bull was only a couple of feet from me. Relaxed and enjoying his scratching and grazing and company! Breathtaking!
Thank you x