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Wild Dogger

GW, I don´t think so, almost all ellies do that in SLNP.

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Game Warden

It was kind of a joke...

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Wild Dogger

Elephant shrew, South Luangwa NP

 

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Paul T

South Luangwa NP Nov 2011

 

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Sverker

A lot of elephant pictures ... :)

 

Show it on a very large screen and you will be transported to Africa in no time for five minutes.

 

 

If you click "Tube" you come to YouTube.com and may show it full-screen.

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Rainbirder

Congratulations on a beautiful and very aesthetic clip!!!

As you say, a porthole to Wild Africa in all its glory!

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Game Warden

I've merged this topic with another topic which was "Show us your Tusker photos". Matt.

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savoche

These images are unfortunately not of the greatest technical quality - I was a bit too excited to pay attention to the exposure ;)

 

This girl and her family came right up to our tent in Mana Pools...

 

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I felt somewhat small sitting in the tent opening looking up at her...

 

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...and she knew full well I was there!

 

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From the look of the trees this wasn't the first time the family came by to scratch an itch :)

 

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Some parts are just hard to reach with the trunk, you know...

 

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Henk Rigter

Took this one in my 2nd month as a manager for Puku Pan Safari Lodge. Poaching made them shy and they'd become a myth to me, almost. According to the staff, the used to come in the camp every day, but I'd not seen one in the two months I'd been there. Then, one day, this old bull just wanders along. Probably of no concern to the poachers, because he's got only 1 tusk.post-16011-0-73148400-1330958083_thumb.jpg

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Jackie_ley

Here's one taken of an elephant calf in the Shimba Hills region of Kenya 2007! Jax xx

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Morkel Erasmus

Some nice images all round!

 

Here are some of mine (there are so many I have yet to dig up and process from my archives!) :lol:

 

Madikwe

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Sabi Sands (Singita)

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Kruger (Satara/Balule region)

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Savute, Chobe

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Kruger, Punda Maria region

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Kruger, Shingwedzi area

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Kruger, Sirheni area - this one didn't make it

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Savute, Chobe

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Sabi Sands, Leopard Hills

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Addo

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Addo

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Addo

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Madikwe

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Kruger, Shingwedzi area

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Cheers!

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twaffle

Love the last one … excellent. (all good of course!)

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africapurohit

Some brilliant shots there!

 

This is one of my favourites - a 2 day old calf having difficulty controlling its trunk whilst chewing on a blade of grass (taken in Botswana) :)

 

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Mahlatini Safaris

This is one of our favorite elephant snaps taken by the Mahlatini staff. It was taken in the Damaraland Camp Desert in Namibia.

 

 

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Here is another shot we found inspiring, it was taken on safari in South Africa.

 

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Sangeeta

Morkel, a real treat!

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Mahlatini Safaris

Morkel, a real treat!

 

 

 

Thank you Morkel, your images are spectacular! You have a real eye for a great shot, we couldn't help but smile when we saw your elephant pictures. Very well done!

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SimplyRed

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"Don't Mess with My Babies!"

 

Small herd near Mwagusi in Ruaha, January 2010.

 

'Red

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SimplyRed

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Same herd.

 

I love all the movement in this photo.

 

Not as good as all the "pros" on here, but still one of my personal favorites.

 

'Red

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tonymann safaris

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Sverker

From Mana Pools in Zimbabwe:

 

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antonyb

I guess I can be first in September with Elephant Art.

 

Sorry not embedded, just reading all the docs as new.

 

http://antonyb.com/gallery_shaba.html

 

Hope you enjoy set 1 of 5 (4 more to come)

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David Lloyd

Matriarch (I believe), Masai Mara, Kenya, 2011.

 

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PCNW

Something a little different. My daughter Caroline and Jabulani at Camp Jabulani. Such a wonderful trip with her.

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Rainbirder

No second place!
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In nature there is no second place; you either father the next generation .........or you don't!

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Game Warden

I'm waiting for Jochen's elephant butt. Not that his butt is the size of an elephant, just the photo from another thread. Oh, never mind, you know what I mean...

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