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Elephants getting a late afternoon drink – Africana loxodonta
Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe
Canon EOS A2, Canon 70-300 IS, Royal Gold 400
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elephant, pachyderm, trunk
I am an amateur photographer with a love of travel. I mostly enjoy landscape and wildlife photography. I live in California which provides a great deal of opportunities for great photography.
Congratulations Michael! This superb image has been chosen to be among the current set of featured images in our group by Current Featured Artist Rob Southey
Thank you David ! That shot was taken my very first trip to Africa. I got addicted on that trip.
– Michael Moss
Stunning! What colour in dusk and reflected in the water.
Thank you for this and your other nice comments !
Great photo, and Hwange is an awesome NP. I spent a couple of weeks at Makololo camp. It was a goldmine for wildlife photography. You’ve got some amazing photos here Michael. Thank you for all of them :-)
Thanks Neil for all your great comments. Interesting enough, I spent a few days at Little Makololo on my very first trip to Africa. I had a great time there.
wow nice image thankyou for adding your work to silhouette animals
Thank you :)
Stunning capture :D
2 April 2011 – 2 images per day
MichaelFabulous photograph!Can just imagine how you felt at the time of this capture…..beautiful place, I have sadly, not visited in a long while.Sandy
Thank you, I also have no plans to go back to Zim under the current circumstances. This shot was taken in my film days…oh I wish I had my current cameras and lenses that have I have now when this was taken!
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