- corjan3 (3175)
- [2016-03-28 6:29]
They must be enjoying the clean water and not having to have a mud bath. Wonderful that they can do such game conservation in beautiful Africa. It actually is a miracle that game was not completely eradicated over the centuries. European hunters did the worst damage upon having immigrated to Africa while the indigenous tribes and herds were leading a mutually beneficial existence. Thank you and well done.
- Hotelcalifornia (106)
- [2016-03-28 7:27]
Beautiful photograph. Excellent wildlife.....
- bobsmith (1886)
- [2016-03-28 8:53]
I like the composition, the focus and depth of field. The overall exposure is good, but unfortunately the elephants are a little dark. Maybe they could be brightened with a little pp work. I see you used pattern metering, maybe spot metering on the elephants would be better. Just a suggestion. Love the waves in front of the elephants.
- daisydaisy (5943)
- [2016-03-28 10:24]
A beautiful moment of peace, I like to see these elephants with their tusks.
The reflections are very interesting.
Great photo well timed. Welcome back :-)
- jackal (9654)
- [2016-03-29 0:14]
a nice sharp image the !/8800 shutter speed is just right to catch the splashes
- mesquens1 (40829)
- [2016-03-29 4:37]
Bom dia Tsilla,
Good to se you again.
Little more to say about this beautiful and cheerful scene.
I limit myself to applaud.
- wackymob (6851)
- [2016-03-29 18:52]
Hi Tsilla, they certainly look like a pair of kids out for a splash in the puddles...Nice timing with the splash flying up. Fiona
- Jonathan (13989)
- [2016-03-30 19:41]
Great to see your work back again. Great timing with the elephants kicking up a spray in harmony as they stroll along. The reflections have come across with such natural clarity. In the BG a egret wading through the calm waters searching for some fish. It is a beautiful country.